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Designing and developing great courses together - Jisc Digifest 2016

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Pearson’s course development team helps universities create innovative online and blended courses by providing flexible and scalable services, underpinned by rigorous learning design. We make design suggestions that promote your desired outcomes and after creating the course, track metrics so you can evaluate success.

By participating in the session, you will see examples of great learning design, understand Pearson’s participatory approach to developing courses, share ideas with colleagues, and apply principles to a live example.

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Designing and developing great courses together - Jisc Digifest 2016

  1. 1. Designing & Developing Great Courses Together Helen Lapwood, Pearson Lead Instructional Designer Jo Corwood, Pearson Course Development Sales Specialist Helping institutions to create innovative online and blended courses by providing flexible and scalable services, underpinned by rigorous learning design.
  2. 2. Objectives »By participating in the session, you will: › pinpoint great learning design › understand Pearson’s collaborative approach › see a live example › identify design rationale › share takeaways with colleagues 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together
  3. 3. Great Learning Design 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together Policy Research Expectations Evaluation Accreditation Instructional Alignment Personal Evidence of Learning Accessibility Cognition Compatible Feedback Objectives Motivation Social Endorsement Delivery Mode Resource Variety Relevant Impact Four Universal Considerations1 1Bergin, Dr. Jeff 2013. Using Evidence-based Learning Design and Evaluation to Improve Outcomes in Online Higher Education. Pearson.
  4. 4. Compatible Cognition Delivery Mode
  5. 5. Social
  6. 6. Personal Feedback
  7. 7. Endorsement Instructional Alignment Objectives Course Handbook
  8. 8. Accreditation Resource Variety
  9. 9. Relevant
  10. 10. Motivation Accessibility
  11. 11. Learner View Lecturer View Institutional Leader View Review Results 28% more learners earned highest mark in Colorado State institution’s Criminology course after Pearson developed it with the institution based on learning design principles. Evidence of Learning Impact
  12. 12. SharedInstitution Pearson Academic expertise Subject matter expertise Course structure Sign-off Production process Faculty training Course feedback Efficacy review Multimedia development VLE integration Learner outcome analytics Technical support Content sourcing Quality assurance testingInstructional design Instructional design Multimedia development VLE integration Quality assurance testing Learner outcome analytics Technical support Faculty training Academic expertise Subject matter expertise Sign-off Course launch Course feedback Course structure Production process Content sourcing Efficacy review Pearson’s Collaborative Approach 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together
  13. 13. Pearson’s Course Development Team 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together
  14. 14. 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together Your subject expertise, ideas and existing content form the foundation for the five-step development process Signoff: • Curriculum & Assessment Strategy • Programme Requirements Document • Blueprints • Technical Specifications • Screenshots Signoff: • Storyboards (Beta and Gold) • Multimedia Files • VLE Brief Signoff: • Screens (Beta and Gold) Signoff: • Learner Outcome Evaluation • Update/Revision Participate: • Answer Questions • Provide Outline • Respond to Curriculum Review • Confirm Content Suggestions Working Together
  15. 15. Flexible Outcomes focused Multi- platform Scalable ConsultativeExperience Core Values 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together
  16. 16. Live Example 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together
  17. 17. Designing & Developing Great Courses Together Before After = 200 learning hours 03/03/2016 Rationale Design Rationale
  18. 18. “After we worked with Pearson what we noticed is there is a much clearer structure and navigation for the learner to go through. Our course leader on the MSc in Events Management, which has been delivered online before, did actually say that working with Pearson allowed us to raise our game significantly.” -Edmund Hewson, Director Distance Learning, Leeds Beckett University 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together
  19. 19. 5 minutes End Designing & Developing Great Courses Together03/03/2016 Takeaways »Think about new ideas you have »Partner with your neighbour to discuss »Share one takeaway with the group
  20. 20. jisc.ac.uk Questions? To start a conversation, please contact: Jo Corwood, Course Development Sales Specialist jo.corwood@pearson.com 03/03/2016 Designing & Developing Great Courses Together
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