Think Fast! Rapid eLearning Design through Content Mapping

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Think Fast! Rapid eLearning Design through Content Mapping

  1. 1. Think Fast! Rapid eLearning Design throughContent MappingKELLY POOLEMARCH 28, 2009
  2. 2. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesAgenda• Session Goal• Design Approaches• Analyze Phase• Mock Course• Objective Creation• Course Interactivity• Discussion• Conclusion
  3. 3. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesSession Goal• Create Designer worksheet• Apply proven design methodologies• Classify mock course content objectivesMicrosoft WordDocument
  4. 4. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesDesign Approaches• ADDIE Model• Donald Kirkpatrick Evaluation Theory– Blending Formative and Summative Evaluation Methods
  5. 5. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesADDIE Model*DESIGNIMPLEMENTANALYZEDEVELOPEVALUATE*Dick, W., & Carey, L. (1996). The Systematic Design of Instruction (4th Ed.). New York: Haper Collins College Publishers.
  6. 6. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesAnalyze Phase• Designer Worksheet• Storyboard
  7. 7. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesDonald Kirkpatrick Model• Four levels of Evaluation*– Reaction– Learning– Performance– Impact*Kirkpatrick, Donald, (1994). Evaluating Training Programs. San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.
  8. 8. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesMock Course: The TV Interview• Overall course objective– This course will provide the learner with the toolsnecessary to effectively conduct an interview forentertainment television.
  9. 9. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesDesign Phase• Solved the instructional problem• Target audience• Learner needs• Delivery Style (Time + Money)• Draft content objectives?
  10. 10. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesObjective Creation• Performance-based• Behavioral• Addressing topic questions
  11. 11. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesCourse Interactivity• Diagnostic Surveys• Simulations• Animation• Engaging Exercises• Assessments• Accessibility
  12. 12. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesDiscussion• Chapter 1: The TV Interview– Draft performance-based objectives– Draft behavioral objectives– Draft addressed questions– Draft engagement activities
  13. 13. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesConclusion• Need for a design methodology• Supporting objectives appropriately• Less is more• Worksheet takeaway
  14. 14. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesThank You• Kelly Poole– kelly.poole@thomsonreuters.com
  15. 15. Liquent – Regulatory Solutions for Life SciencesStoryboard

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