PROBLEM BASED DESIGN PROCESS FOR THE DIGITAL CONTENT CREATION: A CASE STUDY IN LUANG PRABANG DIGITAL CONTENTS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
The digital content creation could be fail because it might afford inappropriate content coverage, problem solving skill requirements or unintended ambiguous information to the problem. The design problems are very important for the effectiveness of problem-based learning (PBL). The adoption of
9 step of problem design process will introduce in this paper. The 9 step problem design process was built on 3C3R problem design model which is a systematic conceptual framework for guiding the design of effective and reliable problem for PBL. Three contents of Luang Prabang DigitalContent were developed by 15 students who studying in multimedia Technology and Animation Major at School of Information Technology, Mae Fah Luang
University. There have difference styles of content creation including of 20 animation (Undo), 30 animation (Understand) and Motion Graphic (Unseen). In this paper will apply 9 step problem designs for 30 animation (Understand) content. The result shown the 9 step of problem design process can help the learners and instructors more understand and identify problems.