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The Forms and Methods of Content Presentation in Educational Media Projects

Student: Lyubov Karas

Supervisor: Tatiana Tikhomirova

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Journalism (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This research is devoted to the study of forms and methods of content presentation in digital educational media projects in Russia. The research genre ways of creating and adapting educational content in the digital environment. The object is courses of selected educational projects that correlate with the needs of the modern media consumer and his interest in online learning. The first part of the history of the development of educational media projects in Russia and their dedication, which allows us to determine the features of the formation of educational content. The next section investigates the phenomenon of multimedia storytelling in a converged environment and includes multimedia storytelling. The third chapter is devoted to the analysis of educational digital media projects courses used to use multimedia technology, in some cases - the method of multimedia storytelling. The research contains the following methodological tools: comparative analysis, content analysis, historical analysis, classification, expert generalization of the results. The results of this research are useful for editors of information programs, engaged in the development of information programs for the audience, are engaged in the development of information programs for the audience, PR-specialists of program educational projects, engaged in the development of online courses. Finally, this research allows the consumer to learn more about the specifics of the perception of educational content, the peculiarities of its reading and practical use.

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