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Karen Molineaux

Instructional Design for E-Learning | Scoop.it - 12 views

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    Instructional Design for E-Learning is my new Scoop.it Magazine. In it, I have started compiling resources for course designing that is e-learning based. Check it out!!
Paul Jinks

Learning to Teach online - 9 views

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    Engagement should be at the heart of online learning.
Kris King

Smart Sparrow - 4 views

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    elearning authoring tool
Paul Jinks

Managing Learning Technology: How To Build MOOC's that Fail - 7 views

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    Pretty good trashing of poor pedagogy in MOOCs. Also handy guide to what works with online education.
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    On the money comments about the necessity of instructional design. Forces careful consideration of role definition.
Eric Beckman

Instructional design for scenarios: sample and useful tool - 7 views

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    Description and review of Twine, a tool for creating branching scenarios
Paul Jinks

Addressing Common Challenges - University of Leicester - 3 views

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    Advantages of using a team-based approaches to developing online learning. 
Lisa Riehle

Jossey-Bass::Robin Smith Premium Content Sign Up - 2 views

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    Smith, R. M. (2008). Conquering the content. (first ed.). San Francisco: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (Free forms from Conquering The Content can be found http://www.josseybass.com/go/robinsmith retrieved January 26,2012) Layton-James, L. (2012, January).[Review of the book E-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning (Essential Knowledge Resource)' Third Edition by Ruth Clark and Richard Mayer]. eLearn Magazine; Education and Technology Perspective Retrieved from http://elearnmag.acm.org/archive.cfm?aid=2103456 /2012/01//books/review/Layton-James Smith, eLearning coordinator for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences ,PHD and featured speaker is a leading authority in web based learning. She creates a practical systematic approach to developing online courses. This system allows users to prioritize and plan with ease. This practical guide is designed for faculty and any one in need of creating a course online, as it closes the gap of missing information on this subject by providing a step by step approach to creating the perfect online course. A must have for online course development as each chapter uses learning outcomes and activities. It features great organizational tools from the beginning to the end. Free organizational tools can be obtained at the following website http://www.josseybass.com/go/robinsmith. Examples of content include; content chunking, brain processing, bridges, active learning, and action steps. This book will prove to be my chair side companion during my internship in instructional design, as this book will help explain course construction in very little time. This must have book would com
Sharon Toellner

Online Course Design Search Engine - 9 views

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    This PSE is designed to provide insight and understanding into the process of conceptualizing and planning an online course. Both theoretical and practical ideas are presented. Video tutorials can be accessed on a variety of components that can be included in online courses.
Dennis OConnor

The Instructional Design of Learning Objects by Joanne Mowat : Learning Solutions Magazine - 2 views

  • Existing instructional design (ID) models may not always meet the needs of learning object design projects, and so, in my organization, we developed a ten-phase model. The model covers both the design of learning objects from new content and the redesign of existing content into objects.
Dennis OConnor

Learnlets » strategy - 2 views

  • Here we are talking content frameworks and hosting architectures, semantics, and organizational alignment and culture.
Dennis OConnor

How to Organize & Manage Your E-Learning Course Files » The Rapid eLearning Blog - 7 views

  • I was on the phone with someone who had problems with her elearning course.  It seemed that nothing was working right.  As I dug a little deeper, it turned out that she was deleting some of her files.  She told me she did so to keep her files organized.  Apparently the folders were looking a bit messy.  What she didn’t realize was that all of those files she was moving and deleting actually broke her course.
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Want to Build Better E-Learning Courses? Think Beer » The Rapid eLearning Blog - 6 views

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    What are the elements of different kinds of E-Learning courses
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    Defines differences in courses
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Dsaweb - 3 views

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    See the Digital Storytelling cookbook
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    How-to for digital storytelling
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Kineo_Insight_Rapid_Design.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 3 views

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    How to design a course
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    This is a guide for designing a course from kineo's "60 Minute Masters"
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Boomers, Gen-Xers and Millenials: Understanding the New Students - 1 views

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    Ten attributes of new students zero tolerance for delays lines between consumer and creator blurring (copyright/creativity) staying connected is essentia typing preferred over handwriting multitasking a way of life learning involves gaming model-try and fail to gain info doing is more important than knowing reality is not real-Photoshop, isp proxys-don't really know what is real internet is better than tv computers aren't technology-they're the norm
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    This does a great job of explaining student expectations based on generations. I have multi-aged classrooms, so I can use this for thinking about audience needs when designing courses.
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Illinois Online Network: Educational Resources - 0 views

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    * Participate in the virtual classroom 5-7 days a week * Be able to work with others in completing projects * Be able to use the technology properly * Be able to meet the minimum standards as set forth by the institution * Be able to complete assignments on time * Enjoy communicating in writing.
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    User-friendly guide to online learner characteristics. I'd like to get permission to adapt it and use it as part of a policy handbook.
Dennis OConnor

Kapp Notes: Creating Assessment Questions that Measure Performance - 4 views

  • While knowledge assessments have become more and more popular both in business and academia, there are still issues with the creation of valid and reliable test questions. It is imperative that an assessment item actually measure knowledge and potential performance.  The goal is to create a test question that is linked to the objective of the training and that measures the right level of learning.
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