Instructional Design for e-Learning - NEW!
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3 days (~2-2.5 hours/day)
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This workshop will provide you with a sound instructional design process for designing performance-based asynchronous e-learning, regardless of which authoring tool you use. You’ll learn how to select presentation and application methods that will engage your learners and increase retention, which type of e-learning interaction is most effective for each method, how to use one of three storyboarding options to capture the details of your course design, and so much more!
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For anyone who must design or evaluate e-learning, work with e-learning vendors, manage instructional designers, or make decisions about asynchronous e-learning.
- Determine project constraints.
- Plan an e-learning project.
- Determine course content.
- Write performance-based objectives.
- Determine the course structure.
- Determine practice.
- Select presentation, application, and feedback methods.
- Select media and tools to support methods.
- Design methods, media, and tools.
- Apply adult learning principles to e-learning.
- Develop the course.
- Validate the course.
- How to plan a successful e-learning project.
- How to determine specific design constraints affecting e-learning.
- How to estimate design time.
- A step-by-step instructional design process.
- How to target e-learning to your audience.
- How to determine course content.
- How to build job relevance into e-learning.
- How to determine whether e-learning is the right training strategy for each task.
- How to write course objectives that guarantee learner success.
- 5 sequencing methods that help determine the course structure.
- Criteria for establishing an effective implementation strategy.
- A Course Plan worksheet to help you document the high-level plans for the course.
- Criteria for additional course components that may be required for your course.
- How to design performance-based tests for e-learning.
- 12 comprehensive method description sheets for creating interactive presentation and application.
- Guidelines for creating 7 different types of quiz questions.
- How to select the most effective instructional methods for e-learning.
- How to provide tangible feedback to learners.
- How to select the best media options for each presentation and application method.
- How to select which tools/features to use with each media option.
- 3 different storyboard options to capture your design decisions.
- A detailed worksheet to help you capture all critical design details.
- Over 50 tips for applying adult learning principles to e-learning.
- Guidelines for working effectively with subject-matter experts.
- How to prevent rework by getting SME approval on design plans before development takes place.
- Essential guidelines for developing e-learning requirements.
- Tips for creating a highly functional user interface.
- Valuable tips for conducting a design prototype session.
- 3 proven techniques to test your e-learning courses.
- 30 criteria to validate your e-learning design.
- A simple form for gathering insightful feedback about the course design.
- How to evaluate the 4 outcomes of e-learning.
- 50 possible items to include in an evaluation.
- All the worksheets, checklists, and forms in Microsoft® Word template format. Simply download the templates from your personal My Langevin website.
- 90-day access to all recorded online sessions.
- Free 1-year feedback service. Receive detailed feedback on your materials to help improve your courses.
This workshop combines 3 synchronous sessions with additional self-paced activities. You will spend approximately 7.5 hours live, online learning how to apply a sound instructional design process to all your e-learning projects. An additional 3 to 4 hours will be required for pre-course work and intersession assignments.
Maximum Class Size: 15 participants (We limit class size to ensure maximum value and participation for our clients.)
- Log in to our Adobe Connect platform using a standard web browser and access the audio for the workshop using a telephone and headset (or ear buds with a microphone). A toll-free teleconference number will be provided.
- Expect an engaging, highly interactive, hands-on workshop with plenty of practice opportunities using breakout rooms, chat, polls, whiteboard annotation tools, etc.
- Review recordings of each session for up to three months after the workshop ends.