Multimedia specialists combine design and technical knowledge to create information and communication technology (ICT) based products that entertain, educate or inform the user.
Typical outputs include:
- entertainment products, such as computer games;
- education and training materials;
- advertising and marketing materials;
- catalogue databases and public information resources.
When the design is complete, multimedia specialists use authoring software to arrange the files in a single program (to enable interactivity and navigation through the product content). They also test and adjust the product to fix any technical problems, and produce documentation describing the creation, content and processes of files.
Here are a few Multimedia Specialist questions you might encounter during an interview.
- Define Multimedia?
- Where did you receive your training?
- What was your experience with that?
- What is your background with technology?
- Tell me what software programs do you currently use?
- Which software programs are you proficient in?
- Which software programs do you more training in?
- What is your experience in leading professional development?
- Especially in leading technology-related professional development?
- What do think is a successful designed course?
- Do you know Web 2.0?
- Do you know the template in Dreamweaver?
- Have you ever be involved in designing course projects?
- What’s your experience with Course Management System?
- Have you ever consults any faculty on their use of technology in instruction?
- If a faculty is not familiar with technology, how would you show them?What are your organization techniques?
Prioritize the 4 tasks:
*Two questions from a faculty
*Report to superior
*Preparing for a training course on the next day