How to perform an instructional analysis, to identify the skills and knowledge required to reach a learning goal.
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Moodle is used in every country in the world. This achievement not only equates to millions of global users but also a need for Moodle to be translated into a multitude of languages, to make it accessible for our large community. Available in English by default, Moodle relies on the contribution of its volunteer language packs …
Strava is a fitness app that allows people to log and upload their runs, bike rides, swims and other fitness activities. Using GPS data, a runner can track her route and pace, and then share the activity with friends. In 2016, Strava users uploaded 304 million activities, logged 6.8 billion kilom
Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation, the ATEP (Advanced Technology & Education Park), satellite campus of the California Community Colleges System, South Orange County Community College District, has provided all of us with a quality walk-through around Moodle.
For those already familiar with Moodle, it is an decent refresher. For those showing the ins and outs of Moodle to others, ATEP has made the course available on the official Moodle OER (Open Educational Resources) repository at moodle.net. This means the course is Open-licensed, and anyone can download it for free and add it to their own Moodle site offerings.
‘What we are’ is constantly changing as we continue to develop our existing skills and take on new challenges to respond to a changing world around us. Learning professionals are no different. Perhaps more than ever before, we need new skills to respond to the developing expectations of both employees and our key stakeholders, and to take advantage of the fantastic opportunities afforded by technology.
One of the unique aspects of the e-learning industry is how often it changes and how quickly you have to adapt to that change. Regardless of your background, education, or professional experience, becoming a better e-learning designer requires a willingness to learn new things.
In recent free webinar on the 10 Lessons Learned My First Year in E-Learning, I talked about my realization that the field of e-learning is so much more than just the practice of instructional design. Becoming a better e-learning designer required me to learn the subtlety of graphic design, the art of visual communications, the technical aspects of user interface design, and much more! Instructional design was just one piece of a larger skillset that I needed to master.