Instructional Design for eLearning

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Designing Successful eLearning Courses

What you'll learn

  • Define the terms instructional design, eLearning, and blended learning
  • Describe the difference between computer-based training and web-based training
  • Identify and describe advantages and disadvantages of synchronous and asynchronous eLearning
  • Determine whether eLearning is the appropriate solution for your needs
  • Select the most appropriate ISD model for your course
  • Apply the principles of behaviorism, cognitivism and constructivism to your course design
  • Apply the concept of andragogy and Malcolm Knowles’s six principles of adult learning to your course design
  • Analyze learning styles and apply suitable presentation methods and techniques that address multiple learning styles
  • Differentiate between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
  • Apply John Keller’s ARCS Model of Motivational Design to your eLearning course
  • Determine the role of long-term memory, short term memory, and working memory play in learning
  • Discover ways to avoid Cognitive load in your course design
  • Use Ruth Clark’s six principles of effective eLearning courses to create eLearning experiences
  • Conduct audience analysis, performance gap analysis, and task analysis
  • Utilize appropriate data collection methods and techniques to conduct a needs analysis for your eLearning courses
  • Write terminal and enabling learning objectives using the A-B-C-D format
  • Apply Bloom’s Taxonomy and three learning domains when writing your learning objectives
  • Use Robert Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction to design effective learning experiences
  • Select appropriate presentation methods and techniques that adhere to the Nine Events of Instruction
  • Create a Design Document with appropriate sections and information in each section
  • Design and develop storyboards and prototypes for your course
  • Script your eLearning courses using plain language principles and style guides
  • Conduct alpha, beta, and pilot testing to confirm the functionality of your course
  • Develop error log for piloting courses
  • Differentiate between the Learning Management System (LMS) and Content Management System (CMS)
  • Use guidelines for creating SCORM-compliant content
  • Use Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) to develop courses in the cheapest and fastest way possible
  • Design Section 508 compliant training materials
  • Apply Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation to eLearning courses
  • Describe the relationship between Needs Analysis and Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation
  • Use the ROI model to compare the monetary program benefits with the program costs
  • Develop different types of valid and reliable assessment items
  • Provide intrinsic and extrinsic feedback to learners
  • Differentiate between the four levels of interactivity and select the most appropriate level for your course
  • Choose linear or non-linear navigation and layout for your course
  • Select the appropriate type of game using appropriate gamification elements
  • Design the learning game that helps learners understand and retain the content
  • Select eLearning tool appropriate for your needs
  • Describe the three types of videos in eLearning
  • Select your talent
  • Self-produce your eLearning videos
  • Design and develop screencasts for your technical training courses
  • Record audio narration
  • Design effective graphics for your courses using Ruth Clark’s visual design model
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in course design
  • Collaborate with SMEs to collect content and select appropriate information for the course
  • Manage eLearning courses using the IPECC Model and Project Management tools
  • Design effective job aids and Electronic Performance Support Systems (EPSs)
  • Incorporate social networking tools in eLearning courses
  • Create podcasts and vodcasts for eLearning
  • Design courses and supplemental materials for social and mobile learning
  • Use agile methods and techniques to design eLearning experiences
  • Identify situations when Performance Improvement interventions are needed

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