Videos and slide shows about CompendiumLD
The videos and slideshows on this page illustrate various aspects of CompendiumLD. Getting started with CompendiumLD and Doing more with CompendiumLD explain the mechanics of working with CompendiumLD and introduce you to its functionality.
Introduction to using CompendiumLD to design learning
activities describes techniques for using visualisation to support learning design along with a
commentary of the issues encountered in the design process. Using
CompendiumLD for course design shows how CompendiumLD has been used to help choose between
alternative e-learning tools for use on a particular course.
You can see full screen versions of these slideshows and videos by clicking on "view on slideshare" then on "Full": both these links are in the bottom right hand corner of the slideshow.
This slide show describes how to use CompendiumLD to create a visual representation or model of a learning activity. It contains two movies.
This slideshow describes some features of CompendiumLD which can help you lay out and manage your learning designs. It includes tips for adding timing information, dragging and dropping files (e.g. documents) into your design, and hints on techniques for laying out your designs.
A slidecast describing some techniques for using visualisation to support learning design along with a commentary of the issues encountered in the design process.
Joe Doak of Reading University describes how CompendiumLD has been used to help choose between alternative e-learning tools for use on a course in real estate and planning.
You can view this movie in full screen mode by clicking on the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the version available on the Vimeo web site: Using CompendiumLD for Course Design. (Sometimes the video embedded above takes a while to load; if that happens just follow the link: Using CompendiumLD for Course Design).