Wednesday, September 08, 2010

LAST CALL FALL 2010: Instructional Design for eLearning with Susan Manning

  • EDUC 763  September 27-November 19, 2010
  • 3 graduate credits
If you’re trying to figure out what to do with your online course, either because it seems lifeless or you wonder what could be different, Instructional Design for eLearning may be for you.

Or, if you want to find out more about what goes into designing and delivering quality education online, this is definitely for you! We cover the theoretical and the practical sides of organizing learning events for online delivery.

Delivered in a highly engaging and interactive asynchronous format, the class examines topics such as theories of learning, linking objectives to assessment and methods for presenting content. The course addresses issues for K12, higher education and corporate trainers. For more information, visit:

This class is taught by Dr. Susan Manning, e-learning professional and co-host of the great podcast series, The Greenroom at Learning Susan has also recently authored (along with Keven Johnson) the new book Online Education for Dummies.

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