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Presentation for Design Matters Session at the Summer Institute 2010 Yavapai College

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  • Introduction: Name, title, #, Itinerary (mention time and BB)
  • Analyze; Design; Develop; Implement; EvaluateJohn Keller – Attention; Relevance; Confidence; SatisfactionDevelops in increments; refine course from Feedback (IE: Wiki)Starts small & Spirals as Info gains (IE:Shells)Similarities: Process of design…feedback
  • Based on Roadmap of Building an E-Learning Course” by Tom “Coolman”. Integrates ID Models by Analyzing, Developing & Evaluating
  • Maybe use media in place of Image
  • Are students excited or bored?
  • Outside = Physical and/or Virtual (IE: Voice Thread; Library)
  • How does it all connect? How is it all Laid Out?
  • Create StoryBoard for PBJ CourseAdd Some to BB???
  • Transcript

    • 1. Design Matters<br />RuthAlsobrook-Hurich<br />
    • 2. Instructional Design Models<br />ADDIE<br />ARCS<br />Interactive Design<br />Rapid Prototyping<br />MORE<br />
    • 3. Course<br />VIA Design<br />For more information: Tom Kuhlmann<br />
    • 4. Visual Design<br />The Look<br />Navigation<br />Images vs. Text<br />
    • 5. Information Design<br />The Content<br /><ul><li>Learning Objectives</li></ul>Movies vs. Reading<br />
    • 6. Activity Design<br />Doing It<br />Active Learning<br />Outside Sources<br />
    • 7. Storyboard<br />One<br />One A<br />One B<br />Two<br />Two A<br />Two B<br />
    • 8. Hands-On Time<br />
    • 9. Q and A<br />

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