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Instructional Design For Elearning

Author : Marina Arshavskiy
ISBN : 1492920878
Genre : Education
File Size : 69.67 MB
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Instructional Design for ELearning: Essential guide to creating successful eLearning courses is a powerful yet concise how-to resource to instructional design for eLearning, and a key tool for aspiring, new, and experienced instructional designers. If you need a basic understanding of what instructional design for eLearning is, this book is for you. The text includes comprehensive tables, questionnaires, checklists, templates, and other helpful visuals. In the Instructional Design for ELearning, you will discover how to apply the key principles behind creating engaging materials that enable your audience to both gain and retain the knowledge and skills they are being taught.
Category: Education

The Accidental Instructional Designer

Author : Cammy Bean
ISBN : 9781562869144
Genre : Design
File Size : 36.40 MB
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Don't create boring e-learning! Cammy Bean presents a fresh, modern take on instructional design for e-learning. Filled with her personal insights and tips, The Accidental Instructional Designer covers nearly every aspect of the e-learning design process, including understanding instructional design, creating scenarios, building interactivity, designing visuals, and working with SMEs. You'll learn all about the CBT Lady and how to avoid her instructional design mistakes. Along the way, you'll hear from a few other accidental instructional designers, get ideas for your own projects, and find resources and references to take your own practice to the next level. The Accidental Instructional Designer is perfect for the learning professional or instructional designer who is just getting started with e-learning—or the more experienced practitioner looking for new ideas. In addition to sharing proven techniques and strategies, this book: covers best practices and what to avoid when designing an e-learning program presents e-learning in action through various case studies shows how you can go from being an accidental instructional designer to an intentional one.
Category: Design

E Learning

Author : Boyka Gradinarova
ISBN : 9789535121886
Genre : Computers
File Size : 71.75 MB
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In this book, we can read about new technologies that enhance training and performance; discover new, exciting ways to design and deliver content; and have access to proven strategies, practices and solutions shared by experts. The authors of this book come from all over the world; their ideas, studies, findings and experiences are beneficial contributions to enhance our knowledge in the field of e-learning. The book is divided into three sections, and their respective chapters refer to three macro areas. The first section of the book covers Instructional Design of E-learning, considering methodology and tools for designing e-learning environments and courseware. Also, there are examples of effective ways of gaming and educating. The second section is about Organizational Strategy and Management. The last section deals with the new Developments in E-learning Technology, emphasizing subjects like knowledge building by mobile e-learning systems, cloud computing and new proposals for virtual learning environments/platforms.
Category: Computers

Designing E Learning

Author : Saul Carliner
ISBN : 1562863320
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 70.92 MB
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Instead of designing e-learning programs from scratch, use this book to learn how to adapt your instructional design expertise to the demands of this new environment. Get step-by-step guidelines, discover solutions to key challenges, and learn how to balance the educational needs of your learners with the practical constraints of e-learning. Plus, a valuable ""big picture"" view of e-learning helps you design programs that fit your organization's goals.
Category: Business & Economics

Learning Design

Author : Rob Koper
ISBN : 3540273603
Genre : Computers
File Size : 62.49 MB
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E-learning is still in its infancy. This can be seen both in the limited pedagogical quality and lack of portability of e-learning content, and in the lack of user-friendly tools to exploit the opportunities offered by current technologies. To be successful, e-learning must offer effective and attractive courses and programmes to learners, while at the same time providing a pleasant and effective work environment for staff members who have the task to develop course materials, plan the learning processes, provide tutoring, and assess performance. To overcome these deficiencies, the IMS Global Learning Consortium Inc. released the Learning Design Specification in 2003. With Learning Design it is possible to develop and present advanced, interoperable e-learning courses embracing educational role and game playing methods, problem-based learning, learning community approaches, adaptivity and peer coaching and assessment methods. In this handbook Koper and Tattersall have put together contributions from members of the "Valkenburg Group", consisting of 33 experts deeply involved in e-learning and more specifically learning design. The result is a rich and lasting source of information for both e-learning course and tool developers, providing information about the specification itself, how to implement it in practice, what tools to use, and what pitfalls to avoid. The book not only reports first experiences, but also goes beyond the current state of the art by looking at future prospects and emerging applications.
Category: Computers

E Learning By Design

Author : William Horton
ISBN : 9781118118382
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68.7 MB
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Since the first edition of E-learning by Design, e-learninghas evolved rapidly and fringe techniques have moved into themainstream. Underlying and underwriting these changes ine–learning are advances in technology and changes in society. The second edition of the bestselling book E-Learning byDesign offers a comprehensive look at the concepts andprocesses of developing, creating, and implementing a successfule-learning program. This practical, down-to-earth resource isfilled with clear information and instruction without oversimplification. The book helps instructors build customizede-learning programs from scratch—building on core principlesof instructional design to: develop meaningful activities andlessons; create and administer online tests and assessments; designlearning games and simulations; and implement an individualizedprogram. "Every newcomer to the field will find this editionindispensable, while professionals will find much neededcontemporary information to manage the rapid changes happening inour field. Even if you own the first edition, buy this update assoon as possible." —Michael W. Allen, CEO of Allen Interactions, Inc.;author, Michael Allen's e-Learning Library Series "Covers the full range of options for presenting learningmaterials online—including designing useful topics, engagingactivities, and reliable tests—and it takes into account therealities and issues of today's instructional designers, such associal learning and mobile learning." —Saul Carliner, associate professor, ConcordiaUniversity; author, The E-Learning Handbook "Horton nails it! Perfectly timed, robust, and practical, thissecond edition of brings together the latest strategies forlearning without losing its critical premise—technologyenables e-learning, but great design makes it work." —Marc J. Rosenberg, e-learning strategist; author,Beyond E-Learning "An e-learning encyclopedia loaded with detailed guidelines andexamples ranging from basic instructional design techniques to thelatest applications in games, social media, and mobile-learning. Anessential reference for anyone involved in e-learning design,development, or evaluation" —Ruth Colvin Clark, author, e-Learning and theScience of Instruction
Category: Business & Economics

Managing E Learning

Author : Badrul Huda Khan
ISBN : 9781591406341
Genre : Education
File Size : 28.73 MB
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"This book provides readers with a broad understanding of the emerging field of e-learning and also advises readers on the issues that are critical to the success of a meaningful e-learning environment"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Education

Instructional Design Concepts Methodologies Tools And Applications

Author : Management Association, Information Resources
ISBN : 9781609605049
Genre : Education
File Size : 44.85 MB
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Successful educational programs are often the result of pragmatic design and development methodologies that take into account all aspects of the educational and instructional experience. Instructional Design: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications presents a complete overview of historical perspectives, new methods and applications, and models in instructional design research and development. This three-volume work covers all fundamental strategies and theories and encourages continued research in strengthening the consistent design and reliable results of educational programs and models.
Category: Education

Elearning Essentials Instructional Design

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ISBN : OCLC:1116895048
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Take your training program to the online space. Learn how to design engaging elearning content that connects with a diverse set of participants.
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E Learning And The Science Of Instruction

Author : Ruth C. Clark
ISBN : 111808621X
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 31.39 MB
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Praise for The Third Edition of e-Learning and the Science of Instruction "If you design online learning, e-Learning and the Science of Instruction is a 'must read.' Unlike all the pontificating and conjecture that's been published about elearning, this important work details the evidence-based findings that provide practical guidelines for effective online instructional design. For me, this book is the 'bible' of our profession." —Peter Orton, Ph.D., IBM Center for Advanced Learning "The partnership between Ruth Clark and Richard Mayer in writing successive editions of e-Learning and the Science of Instruction has provided us with one of the most important collaborations in our discipline. Their ability to communicate complex concepts in clear, indeed sparkling prose is unrivalled. In e-Learning and the Science of Instruction, we have a book for everyone including students, professional instructional designers and researchers." —John Sweller, professor, School of Education, University of New South Wales "For the experienced instructional designer, having this supportive research provides the rationale needed to obtain consensus from a training development team." —David L. Bennett, senior training program developer, Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding "Graduate students, undergraduate students, or employees responsible for designing and developing educational software will benefit from e-Learning and the Science of Instruction. It opens your eyes to interesting ideas that you have never thought of when designing an e-course." —Thair Hamtini, chairman of the computer information systems department, The University of Jordan
Category: Business & Economics

International Handbook Of E Learning Volume 1

Author : Badrul H. Khan
ISBN : 9781317643661
Genre : Education
File Size : 51.38 MB
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The International Handbook of e-Learning, Volume 1 provides a comprehensive compendium of research and theory in all aspects of e-learning, one of the most significant ongoing global developments in the entire field of education. Covering history, design models, instructional strategies, best practices, competencies, evaluation, assessment, and more, these twenty-seven contributions tackle the tremendous potential and flexibility inherent to this rapidly growing new paradigm. Past and present empirical research frames each chapter, while future research needs are discussed in relation to both confirmed practice and recent changes in the field. The book will be of interest to anyone seeking to create and sustain meaningful, supportive learning environments within today’s anytime, anywhere framework, from teachers, administrators, and policy makers to corporate and government trainers.
Category: Education

The Astd E Learning Handbook

Author : Allison Rossett
ISBN : 007138796X
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 30.62 MB
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E-learning--the delivery of training and performance support directly to employees' desktops--is exploding in growth and complexity. The 2002 ASTD E-Learning Handbook gives readers the very juiciest, most practical, most recent articles and reference information from leading experts and gurus. Covering E-Learning best practices and useful reviews of the literature, the book gives guidance on getting better results for dollars committed to E-Learning and provides a directory of contact information for key E-Learning organizations, sources, conference schedules, and more.
Category: Business & Economics

Instructional Designer Competencies

Author : Tiffany A. Koszalka
ISBN : 9781623964054
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book provides the most current and complete version of statements defining a competent instructional designer, for those who are or aspire to practice in virtually any context, anywhere in the world. The research conducted to update and validate these standards included obtaining feedback from over 1000 senior to novice practitioners and scholars working in the North, South, and Central Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, and African nations. This book is intended for those who hire, train, and prepare instructional designers and those who work (or plan to work) as instructional designers. It provides an updated description of the profession. It lays out the most critical competencies (e.g., knowledge, skills, and attitudes) of the successful instructional designer, regardless of the context in which they work (e.g., K12, higher education, business and industry, government and military, private consultancy, informal or formal), the location in which they practice (e.g., the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia), and the type of delivery for which they design (e.g., facetoface, paperbased, digital, blended). There have always been questions about what instructional designers do… such questions led to the creation of ibstpi more than 30 years ago. Yet, this questioning is especially true today with the growing call for developers of elearning and other technologysupported instruction. The term ‘instructional designer’ seems to have become a generic phrase that now lends itself to a broad range of meanings, and yet, it is a definitive profession with a specific scope and focus. The more widely the label ‘instructional designer’ is used, the more room there is for misunderstanding about what is called for in skills, behaviors, competencies, and outputs. What is called for in the midst of this learning boom is clarity, direction and uniform expectations. With a common understanding, we can help avert poor design, especially in elearning and technologysupported instruction, which often fails learners or has high attrition rates. Grounded on rigorous research, consulting hundreds of practitioners around the world, this book articulates and explains what is required to be a competent instructional designer. It includes the set of standards that clarifies the profession and provides a set of competencies for creating hiring schemes, professional development guidelines, performance assessments, work plans, and curriculum to prepare instructional designers.The instructional designer profession continues to grow in wake of emerging technologies, new pedagogies, and virtual learning environments. However, many educators, instructors, and even training specialists often lack the competencies to design, develop, implement, and evaluate these newer types of instructional solutions. This book articulates and explains the competencies that are required to be a competent instructional designer.
Category: Business & Economics

Advanced Principles Of Effective E Learning

Author : Nicole A. Buzzetto-More
ISBN : 9781932886023
Genre : Blended learning
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With the global academic community currently focused on student learning outcomes achievement, assessment, and continuous improvement, e-learning strategies provide effective measures than can assist educators and educational administrators in the satisfaction of key objectives. Whether it is creating and incorporating simulations, building courses and curriculum, engaging in virtual team building, managing online programs, concept mapping, developing an electronic portfolio program, creating active training environments, determining the instructors role, problem solving, evaluating online learning, or using e-learning to build an effective assessment program this book will prove to be an indispensable resource. Geared towards administrators, key decision makers, educators experienced with e-learning, and instructional technology students, it marries the leading literature and prevailing ideologies with best practices illustrated by notable real-world examples.
Category: Blended learning

Trends And Issues In Instructional Design And Technology

Author : Robert A. Reiser
ISBN : 0130222976
Genre : Education
File Size : 22.86 MB
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For Introductory, Trends & Issues, Overview, and Foundations courses within the areas of educational technology/instructional technology, and instructional design. Written by the leading figures in the field, this text clearly defines and describes the rapidly converging fields of instructional design, instructional technology, and performance technology. The text discusses the trends and issues that have affected the field in the past and present, and those trends and issues likely to affect it in the future. It incorporates a variety of instructional features that provide an excellent instructional framework for instructors and a strong learning support for students.
Category: Education

E Learning Fundamentals

Author : Diane Elkins
ISBN : 9781607282723
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 80.53 MB
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This ultimate roadmap covers the entire e-learning landscape. Why do we even need e-learning? What is an LMS? How do I write a storyboard? If you’re delving into e-learning and are coming up with more questions than answers, this guide is the high-level overview you’ve been looking for. In this book, e-learning development experts and educators Diane Elkins and Desirée Pinder deliver a comprehensive examination of the e-learning process from the ground up.
Category: Business & Economics

E Learning Department Of One

Author : Emily Wood
ISBN : 9781947308831
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 26.64 MB
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Master E-Learning Design on Your Own The clock is ticking. The new online training is due next week. You need to tweak a few activity questions, make sure changes to the audio voiceover flow smoothly, and get the subject matter expert to sign off on the final storyboard. To cap it all off, you’re on your own. You’re an e-learning department of one. As more companies explore the e-learning space for training and development, they often task lone individuals to bear the load. You might be an instructional designer asked to start with e-learning, or an experienced marketer developing a sales support e-learning module, or a classroom trainer taking your content online. E-Learning Department of One can be your lifeline. Learning experience designer Emily Wood knows a thing or two about being an e-learning department of one. In this book, she shares shortcuts to create quality products when faced with limited resources, help, and time. Design and development hacks include how to: • Manage complex content with a storyboard. • Decide which authoring tool fits your budget. • Gather and organize feedback data from pilot tests. • Ensure your product meets accessibility requirements. While you might feel like you’re stranded on a deserted island, struggling to manage dozens of training requests, remember you’re not alone. Welcome to the e-learning community.
Category: Business & Economics

Web Based Training

Author : Margaret Driscoll
ISBN : 9780470358207
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 86.65 MB
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This all-new edition of Web-Based Training is filled with practical charts, tables, and checklists that shows you how to design winning training programs for delivering instruction on the Web. Well grounded in the time-tested principles of great instructional design and adult education, Web-Based Training takes a step back from the whirlwind of technical guides and offers a extensively-researched handbook. For everyone seeking to learn more about the subject, Driscoll gives you illustrative examples from a wide range of organizations large and small. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Category: Business & Economics