Archive for the ‘instructional design’ Category

What’s in the word?  Read more in Is Instructional Design Dead? Enter The Digital Learning Designer at https://elearningindustry.com/digital-learning-designer-instructional-design-dead

I am not sure why this needs to be an either/or question.  Read and decide for yourself at

https://elearningindustry.com/addie-vs-backward-design

15 Rules of Netiquette for Online Discussion Boards at http://blogs.onlineeducation.touro.edu/15-rules-netiquette-online-discussion-boards/

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What is involved in instructional design? See an infographic here: http://www.elearninglearning.com/edition/weekly-clo-learning-system-2016-11-26?open-article-id=5869118&article-title=infographic–the-periodic-table-of-instructional-design&blog-domain=elearningbrothers.com&blog-title=elearning-brothers

Read “Learning is created, not communicated” at http://dynamind-elearning.com/2015/09/learning-is-created-not-communicated/ to experience a personal account of a learner experience as well as the reflection of a professional in this insightful piece.

Relevant Reflections can be found here: http://dynamind-elearning.com/2015/07/why-e-learning-in-the-ngo-sector-should-be-different/

Excerpt:

Simply put, the foci of e-learning programmes in the different sectors could be set apart like this:

E-learning in educational sector → assessment
E-learning in corporate sector → compliance/systems
E-learning in NGO sector → … (empowerment)

This is a great reading for anyone who just plans courses by using a syllabus as a roadmap.  As we know, there is so much more involved in successful learning than creating a syllabus!  Read more in “How a Course Map Puts You on Track for Better Learning Outcomes” at http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/how-a-course-map-puts-you-on-track-for-better-learning-outcomes/