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  1. Instructional Design & Online Learning Greg Kearsley

  2. What is Instructional Design? • Emerged in 1950s as an engineering approach to the design of instruction • Goal is to develop reliable and effective instruction • Encompasses a set of design principles and methods • Involves a team approach to course design

  3. Some Instructional Design Principles • Clearly stated learning objectives that focus on competencies • Learning activities and evaluation tied to objectives • Material to be learned should be broken down into small chunks • Learner must be suitably motivated

  4. Some Instructional Design Methods • Needs/learner assessment • Task analysis • Media selection • Formative evaluation (including pilot testing)

  5. Instructional Design Roles • Editor/Reviewer/Tester • Surrogate student • Project Manager • Designer

  6. Visual Design Tasks • Document/page layout • Typography • Tables/Charts • Graphics/Images • Color • Multimedia (audio/video/animations)

  7. User Interface Design • Control Options • Navigation options • Organization/sequencing of documents • Error avoidance

  8. Other Design Considerations • Accessibility • Standards • Maintenance • Time/Budget Available • Bandwidth

  9. Formative Evalution • Pilot course logs • Course evaluations • Discussion board postings • Program follow-up surveys

  10. Elements of A Course • Objectives • Reading assignments • Study Notes/Lectures • Exercises • Evaluation/Grading

  11. Online Course Tools • Announcements • Email • Discussion Board • Chat/Conferencing (realtime) • Calendar • File Uploading/Downloading • Quiz/Survey

  12. How to Design an Effective Online Course? • Follow basic ID principles • Build as much interactivity into activities as possible • Create visually interesting screens/pages • Ensure that instructions are very clear

  13. Typical Problems with Online Courses • Time management • Learning to use course tools • Ambiguous directions • Lack of timely/adequate feedback

  14. Factors Beyond ID Control • Enthusiastic, Responsive Instructor • Reliable, Fast System • Good Learner Support • Motivated Learners

  15. Summary • ID tries to ensure that learning will be effective • Main contributions are to organization and presentation of material • Part of an overall Quality Control process

  16. A Few References Turning Traditional Courses into Distance Education” (Chronicle of Higher Ed, Aug 2000) [http://chronicle.com/free/v46/i48/48a03701.htm] • “Big Dogs ISD page” [http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/sat.html] • “Design Principles for Online Instruction” (FGCU) [http://www.fgcu.edu/onlinedesign] • WW. Lee & D. Owens (2000). “Multimedia-Based Instructional Design” Jossey-Bass.