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Instructional Design Contributes Theories of how people learn Methodologies to carry out the strategies Strategies for applying theories
Software Engineering Contributes Object Design Usability Design Rapid Development
Media Design Contributes Selection Sequencing Synchronization
Economics Contributes Business Goals Schedule Costs
Aligning Learning Goals & Objectives
E-Learning Design Goals Objectives Identify underlying goal Clarify goal Measure of success How to accomplish Make organization’s goal your own Consider wide range of goals Design quickly & reliably Set learning objectives Write learning objectives Good learning objectives Clear Precise Worthy Types of Objectives Primary Secondary
E-Learning Design Teaching Sequences Learning Activities Bottom Up Top Down Sideways Absorb Do Connect
References 1. Clark & Mayer (2008), E-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning, p. 7-75. 2. Retrieved from E-Learning, Webopedia.com on 2/07/2011. 3. Horton, William, E-Learning by Design, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., (2006), p. 1-46.