Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Instructional Design for E-Learning

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EDUC 763
3 semester hours graduate credit
Instructor: Susan Manning

Evaluation, discussion, and application of instructional design theories and principles for e-learning. Examination of hybrid, self-paced and facilitated e-learning experiences delivered via learning management systems. Discussion of scenario based simulations and case study analysis, interactive multimedia learning objects, and instructional strategies to meet a variety of learner needs and content areas. Consideration of universal design for accessibility and usability.

NOTE: This is one of the courses for individuals pursuing the Graduate Certificate in E-Learning and Online Teaching and is also open as an individual course to students seeking professional development.

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Because this class is asynchronous and open to you 24/7, you may participate from your home or work computer during hours that are best for your work and family schedule. Advanced computer or programming skills are not required. Learners need a basic understanding of Internet browsing, email, and word processing.

The class is highly interactive with a significant discussion component. Instructor/peer comments will be available through discussion groups or sent by e-mail.

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The demand for online education is growing as teachers discover that Web-based courses offer a convenient alternative when pursuing educational and career advancement goals.


Friends, this course is getting rave reviews from former students. Susan Manning is an insightful responsive online teacher. This is a chance to learn from one of the best! ~ Dennis

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