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Instructional Media Task Categories Cheat Sheet by

This is a descriptive list of work categories used by the Media Team in the Instructional Design Department at Rio Salado College.
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Audio

Create
Record new audio files.
Proc­ess
Process provided audio files.
Acce­ssi­bility Remedi­ation
Tracking effort spent on making previous work more access­ible.

Graphics

Find
Graphics not provided. Must source and process.
Proc­ess
Graphics provided. Must process to our standards.
Design
Graphics needs to be created or modified.
Acce­ssi­bility Remedi­ation
Tracking effort spent on making previous work more access­ible.

Intera­ctive

New Type
Develop a new, signif­icantly different intera­ctive instru­ctional component.
Existing Type
Create an intera­ctive instru­ctional component based on an existing component.
Acce­ssi­bility Remedi­ation
Tracking effort spent on making previous work more access­ible.

Presen­tation

Create
Create slide presen­tation from provided notes.
Conv­ert
Convert presen­tation to meet Rio standards.
Acce­ssi­bility Remedi­ation
Tracking effort spent on making previous work more access­ible.
 

Style

New Theme
New stylesheet to apply to entire page.
Revise Theme
Modify current stylesheet to apply to entire page.
New Element
Develop a new element or component to add to a page. Examples: banners, asides, etc.
Revise Element
Change a current element or component on a page.
Acce­ssi­bility Remedi­ation
Tracking effort spent on making previous work more access­ible.

Video

Capt­ure
Shoot new video with a camera and process for use.
Create
Piece together assets (images, video, audio, etc.) into an animated movie.
Proc­ess
Process provided video.
Acce­ssi­bility Remedi­ation
Tracking effort spent on making previous work more access­ible.

Other Tasks

Phot­ogr­aphy
Shoot and process still photos.
Tech Check
Review a course for issues.
Unca­teg­ori­zed
Tasks that do not fit correctly in a different category. Notes are required.

Media Requests

1.
Category heading and title
2.
Total number of items for the category (in parent­hesis)
3.
Lessons affected
For example, if lessons 2, 5, 6 and 10 needed intera­ctives created based on a current matching game, the email request would look like this:
Inte­ractive - Existing Type (4) Lessons: 2, 5, 6, 10

Instru­ctional Designers may also use the Media Request Template spread­sheet.

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