Instructional Design Basics
Week1
Useful Tools
1 video
Video: Crowdsourcing
Graded: Cumulative Language Quiz
Week 2
Programming Principles
1 audio
Graded: Advanced Business Principles
 

Instructional Design Basics

Instructional Design Basics

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About this course

1 April 2019

A one day workshop that will get you up to speed on the basics of instructional design. Ideal if you are planning to use an e-learning tool like Articulate Storyline but haven’t developed a storyboard.

 

Is this course for you?
This workshop is designed for a mix of skill levels. You don’t have to be involved in delivering or facilitating face-to-face training to benefit from this course but trainers will appreciate the focus on good learning design principles. PCs are not required for this course though you are welcome to use a laptop or tablet during the practical exercises (for example to look things up or source images or inspiration from Google).

Introducing e-learning
A quick look at some real e-learning projects. Compare the differences and similarities. Standard players versus custom players.

 

Types of Digital Courses
An overview of the various tools and platforms used to create digital courses. The role of the learning management system (LMS).

 

Who, What and Why?
Defining the audience, the learning objectives and the underlying reason for an ‘e’ approach. Using learner personas. The role of assessment.

 

A Simple Instructional Design Methodology
Introduction to basic Instructional Design (ID) principles. Use of the Absorb, Do, Connect (ADC) approach.

 

Scoping and Estimating your Project
Beginning with the end in mind. Determining what to include (and exclude) and estimating time and budget.

 

The Design Process
Review and explore the three key steps in building effective e-learning:

  • The content outline
  • The storyboard
  • The working prototype

Syllabus

1st FEBRUARY 2018

Week1
Useful Tools

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1 video
Video: Crowdsourcing
10 minutes
Graded: Cumulative Language Quiz
3 Questions
Week 2
Programming Principles

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1 audio
5 minutes
Graded: Advanced Business Principles
3 Questions

Members

Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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