4-H Youth Development

Multi-media Presentation

Resources and guide for developing a multi-media presentation.
ADC_IDC_HTDC Multimedia Presentation
A Multimedia presentation can be defined as media that combines different content forms such as text, audio, still images, animation and video to get a multi-faceted finished product. Multimedia content is recorded and played back on electronic media devices – flash drive or CD. Examples of Multimedia presentations: Movie, PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.
Multimedia Presentation Tools for Students
This document was created by Oregon State. It provides an overview to several multimedia presentation tools students can use to create online presentations. Students will need access to a computer with a microphone and speakers to create and view these presentations.
Students as Creators: Exploring Multimedia
This lesson introduces students to the genre of multimedia presentations. Working first as a class and then in small groups, students view and analyze sample multimedia presentations and develop a list of characteristics of the genre. Students then brainstorm programs and tools they could use to make their own multimedia presentations and review applicable copyright law. Finally, they plan, storyboard, and create their own multimedia presentations. The lesson stresses the importance of using media in compliance with copyright protection and provides information about various multimedia formats. The topic and format of the presentations are left open-ended so teachers can tailor the project to the topics they are studying and/or the equipment they have available.
Teaching & Learning with Multimedia
teachers increasingly gain greater opportunities to bring multimedia resources into the classroom. Teachers might create a presentation to guide student learning, or incorporate a video to illustrate a new concept. Students can tell digital stories, create movies, and publish audio as podcasts.
How to Prepare a Multimedia Presentation
Nebraska 4-H 4-H Communications Series