Displaying items by tag: Instructional Designers
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 15:26
Several professionals are involved in the instructional design field. However, do you know the full range of what an instructional designer do? A large group of ASU Instructional Designers and Technologists were asked to tell about the work they do!
Monday, 04 November 2013 12:40
Published in Tools
Thanks to Google Summer of Code, The long wait has come to an end. Moodle 2.6 release this month will feature more responsive SCORM packages and new single activity course format. For quite some time Moodle was under pressure from instructional designers to make SCORM module in Moodle more user friendly. The current SCORM player has been updated to YUI13 and new HTML5 SCORM player has been added to the module.
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 15:23
Would you be interested to know how Rapid eLearning Development provides additional value to an eLearning Project? Also, at this post I will explain 3 important reasons to choose Rapid eLearning Development vs Traditional eLearning Development.
Monday, 17 June 2013 17:29
My interest in exploring the potential of mobile apps for performance support took me to the domain of Instructional Design. The objective of the Instructional Design Wizard app is to help instructional designers with just-in-time, just-enough (JIT-JE) knowledge to learn/perform confidently while on the job.
Sunday, 09 June 2013 11:51
Single Sourcing Design Strategy Series 3: A Centralized Knowledge Repository Model and the structure of the Reusable Information Object (RIO) and the Reusable Activity Object (RAO).
Monday, 27 May 2013 20:46
Single Sourcing Design Strategy Series 1: Why Does Single Sourcing Design Matter for Learning and Performance Support?
Monday, 20 May 2013 18:48
All jobs require a certain set of talents and skills, whether natural or acquired. But what skills does an instructional designer need in order to be successful and stand out? Check out the following comprehensive list and bear in mind that it can be expanded depending on the course, its scope and the audience.
Saturday, 04 May 2013 19:46
As Instructional Designers, we often want the courses we design to be perfect. Every student must have an equal experience, our faculty members should be able to do everything with the greatest of ease, and our courses should be the envy of every institution in the world! Well, it rarely works out that way, but that’s ok. In fact, I think as Instructional Designers, it is important to create a space where faculty members, students, and even IDs make mistakes and sometimes fail. Here’s why:
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 14:58
Have you heard the famous expression: "How will you change the world, if you can't change yourself?". Probably, you have, but I want to ask you another question: "How will you motivate other people to learn, if you can't motivate yourself?"
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 18:29
Empowered by Amanda Palmer's outlook, can you change your behavior to be more learner-centric? Can you use these simple principles to connect more effectively with both your clients and your learners? Will you be able to serve as a reliable, trusted connector to provide your learners additional opportunities to learn, explore and increase their performance, all without knowing that they've been "trained?"