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Episode 321 — Multimedia in learning design

At Mind Tools, we pride ourselves on our ability to create visually rich learning experiences that drive performance. Often, these experiences will include a mix of video, audio, and illustration. But why do these things matter? And how do they serve the outcomes we define with our clients?

This week on The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross D is joined by Tracey, Claire and Alison to discuss the use of multimedia in learning design. We cover:

• the role of multimedia in effective learning design

• creating an emotional connection through storytelling

• what ‘good’ multimedia looks like in a learning context

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