Tag Archives: Instructional design

Design and Develop an Online Course

CITL presents these “Online Course-in-a-Box” resources to faculty and instructors who are tasked with developing their own online course with minimal campus support. Online Course-in-a-Box includes online education best practices and the research that supports those best practices, along with templates and other helpful guides.

Source: citl.illinois.edu

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning offers this very useful set of resources to anyone tasked with creating an online class.  Don’t miss it! 

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Last chance to enroll. EDUC 763 Instructional Design for Online Learning

For new online instructors seeking training in online instructional strategies and taught by Dr. Susan Manning, a national award winning online instructor. Training begins August 28th.Teaching Online Career advice from the highly accredited University of Wisconsin Stout.

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Last chance this year to learn from Dr. Susan Manning. Take your lesson planning skills to the professional level, learn instructional design. 

Instructional Strategies and Assessment Methods

EDUC 766 Instructional Strategies and Assessment Methods
Online Course 3 semester hours graduate credit
Instructor: Dr. Susan Manning
Summer: June 26 – August 17, 2017

Source: uwstoutonline.blogspot.com

Great course taught by national award winner Dr. Susan Manning. This course is part of the UW-Stout Online  Instructional Design Graduate Certificate.

How to Get Started Writing a Branching Scenario for Learning

In a recent conversation, a colleague asked, “Once you and your client have agreed on a branching scenario approach, how do you get started writing it? How do you get from the broad concept of training on X topic to actually creating the scenario?”

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Designing a branching scenario is a significant challenge. This concise article will help you organize your thinking.