Five Critical Design Activities for Creating Impactful e-Learning

Monday, August 5, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
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Ask instructional designers to describe their design process and you will probably get a listing of five steps: analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. Those who have been trained or have done some reading will likely identify these components collectively as the ADDIE process, a process that has been at the core of the instructional design discipline for years.

While the process outlined makes perfect sense at a high level, it isn't in itself particularly helpful. It's true that one has to engage in design before one can develop the final product when creating a piece of learning from scratch, but the specific way to approach the design is of critical importance.

In this webinar, Ethan will provide five specific strategies to improve your e-learning instructional design.


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Ethan Edwards draws on more than 25 years of industry experience as an
e-learning instructional designer and developer. He is responsible for the
delivery of the internal and external training and communication that reflects
Allen Interactions’ unique perspective on designing and developing meaningful
and memorable e-learning programs.

Edwards is the primary instructor for ASTD’s E-Learning Instructional Design
Certificate Program. In addition, he is an internationally recognized speaker on
e-learning instructional design. He is a primary blogger on Allen Interactions’
e-Learning Leadership Blog and has published several whitepapers on creating
effective e-learning. Ethan holds a master’s degree and has completed significant doctoral work in educational psychology from the University of Illinois – Urbana Champagne.

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