aet545 | Graduate

E-learning Design Technologies

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This course provides adult learners the opportunity to design a Web-based e-learning tutorial. The focus is on the importance of planning, principles of good Web page design, storyboarding, and elements of multimedia. Web-based design standards, as well as appropriate use of Web pages and multimedia, are analyzed. This course reviews e-learning software, computer-mediated delivery platforms, and learning management systems.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Development Phase and Introduction to Web Design

    • Analyze effective e-learning instructional strategies and delivery modalities.
    • Determine appropriate tools to be used in the development of a web-based tutorial.

    • Review effective web design techniques.

    Creation of a Web-based Tutorial

    • Create an effective web-based tutorial.
    • Analyze page layout techniques.
    • Compare and contrast multimedia elements.
    • Determine a summative assessment for a web-based tutorial.

    Implementation of E-Learning

    • Publish an e-learning tutorial to the Web.
    • Analyze the preparedness of learners for e-learning.
    • Review e-learning standards.

    Design Phase and Storyboarding

    • Apply storyboard principles for creating a web-based tutorial.
    • Write instructional goals and performance objectives based on the needs analysis, or gap analysis. 
    • Select appropriate web-based platforms for e-learning.
    • Identify different strategies that increase adult learner engagement.

    Analysis Phase and Introduction to Multimedia

    • Review the ADDIE instructional design process.
    • Perform a needs assessment to address a training need that will be solved by a web-based tutorial.
    • Identify performance gaps based on the needs assessment.
    • Identify different types of multimedia that can be integrated into e-learning.

    Evaluation of a Web-Based Tutorial

    • Examine e-assessment tools.
    • Evaluate the instructional effectiveness of a web-based tutorial.
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