SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Course level: "Graduate"
"This course follows the phases of planning, needs analysis, design, implementation, and evaluation that are integral to large-scale instructional technology projects. Learners consider technology selection, vendor selection, organizational constraints, maintenance, and enhancements in an effort to address present and future needs. Learners focus on developing systemic solutions that avoid the pitfalls of piecemeal technology adoptions. Competencies: Identify innovative strategies for technology solutions throughout multiple development models including systems development life cycle (SDLC) and AGILE. Evaluate applications of user experience (UX) design principles within multiple development models. Assess large-scale instructional technology projects based on feasibility, cost-effectiveness, and the return on investment. Analyze a strategic plan for an instructional technology project. Explain the role of project management in systems analysis and design. Identify contemporary technologies and their application within instructional systems analysis and design."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn