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INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA LEARNING: STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES AND
LEARNING IMPACT IN AN ANIMATION COURSE
Belinda Soo-Phing TEOH and Dr.Tse-Kian NEO
Centre for Innovative Education(CINE), Faculty of Creative Multimedia, Multimedia University, Malaysia
tkneo@mmu.edu.my
ABSTRACT
Malaysian classrooms are progressively absorbing interactive multimedia as instructional strategies for teaching
and learning. Though, till now, interactive multimedia in a Malaysian classroom is often limiting and is
confined to the hybrid use of chalk-and-talk method with multimedia assisted materials, where learning is still
largely teacher-oriented. Such progress does not realize the full potential of multimedia learning, thus denying
the credibility of student-centred learning strategies. The Web provides a wide network of information and
interactive simulations necessary for active and independent learning. Hence, this paper describes the
development and implementation of student-centred learning through Web-based domain on students in a Film
& Animation course. The aim is to determine students’ learning impact and attitudes towards independent
learning and self-paced discovery. A set of multimedia tools were employed to create the student–centred
learning environment and were designed using Gagne’s Nine Events of Instructions which provides a proper
theoretical framework of a good instructional lesson plan. The essential features were documented, examined
and its impact on the student learning process assessed. Students’ attitudes toward this Web learning approach
were recorded as positive and promising. The use of multimedia in learning proves to be a feasible and viable
alternative to traditional classrooms.

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