Multimedia Developers create tools, websites, interactive learning objects and multimedia components (video, sound, graphics, optimisation etc.) across a variety of formats, and according to global web accessibility standards.
Multimedia Developers evaluate content requirements in alignment with the goals to determine the best methods for presentation, technologies and accessibility. They create a wide range of components including:
- Interactive content
- Professional web sites
- Customised course sites (Learning@Griffith)
- CD/DVD/MP4 development
- Online-ready video, audio, images and PDF files
- Tool re-adaptions
Hotel Management Virtual Tour
Bringing the World to Griffith! Griffith Business School students use this to gain insight into the inner workings of the food and beverage operations of high profile hotels located on the Gold Coast. The Virtual Tour provides images and interactive layout maps of Hotel spaces, videos showing various regions, interviews with managers and staff, and the option to compare the features of the different hotels.
Digital Storytelling: Pest Controller, Shock Absorber
This project provides an online (digital companion piece) accompanying the physical publication of "Gate Keepers: 40 years of the Australian Chiefs of Staff " written by Associate Professor Anne Tiernan (Law) and is the first of its kind to be developed using the third-party Creativist platform. A beautiful learning object in its own right, Pest Controller, Shock Absorber follows the trajectory of 11 Chiefs of Staff providing contextual video introductions, and cultural context across those periods.
Text Highlighting Tool
The Text Highlighting Tool shows sample student essays of varying standards, along with comments from the marker. The marker's comments can be selected to highlight the revelant sections of the essay to which the mark appplies. Including various standards of essay allows the reader to see the expected standard of work require to achieve a high mark.
Text Highlighting Tool Example (requires login to Learning@Griffith)
A CD-ROM developed for the faculty of education as a resource to contribute to the learning and teaching during school based components of teacher preparation programs.