Faculty can design learning environments that support different student learning styles by providing multiple opportunities for learning. Including audio, video, and text in meaningful contexts helps visual and aural learners make connections to the content and the instructor.
Audio and Video
Audio and video can be used for welcome messages that introduce students to your course or for creating other media content. Audio can also be integrated into student assignments where the students create audio files.
PowerPoint, when used correctly, can help you create rich,
compelling, and instructionally sound eLearning content.
The use of blogs or weblogs provides students with a way to easily share their experiences and insights with other students as well as the wider audience of the Internet.
Learning Objects & RSS Feeds
Using learning objects to supplement your course can improve the effectiveness of teaching and learning by increasing the number of high quality resources available to your students.