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Exploring the relationships between web usability and students' perceived learning in web-based multimedia (WBMM) tutorials.
A web-based multimedia (WBMM) assessment tool was developed in order to adapt an original assessment on psychodiagnostic reasoning.
Further, the assessment was moved from a traditional paper-based mode, to be delivered via an interactive WBMM tool.
The following section outlines how the original assignment requirement was adapted to include a cultural learning component, delivered via a WBMM tool.
Students were given access to the WBMM (via Blackboard 9) and presented with the assignment question, which was to assess all the information available via the WBMM and, using a psychodiagnostic reasoning process (outlined during tutorials), formulate a provisional diagnosis for the hypothetical client.
No technical or other issues became apparent with the use of the WBMM via Blackboard 9.
The use of the interactive WBMM for students to consider cultural relevance allowed for the information to be presented in a context students found immediately meaningful.
We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of QUT Creative Industries in producing the film clip used as part of the WBMM tool, and Geoff Portmann (Director), Wayne Taylor (Camera and Sound) and Robert Preston (Actor).
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