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An Introduction to Instructional Design

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Let’s take a few minutes to break down what instructional design (ID) is, who’s involved in the ID process, and why it’s an important part of e-learning development.
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How to use the Kirkpatrick Model of evaluation with e-learning

How to use the Kirkpatrick Model of evaluation with e-learning | Instructional design | Scoop.it

 Learn how to apply the Kirkpatrick model of evaluate the quality of your e-learning courses or other online training
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7 recursos para aprender y contar qué son los REA

7 recursos para aprender y contar qué son los REA | Instructional design | Scoop.it

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Online Learning can work if universities just rethink the design of their courses

Online Learning can work if universities just rethink the design of their courses | Instructional design | Scoop.it

Training teachers in how to design their courses is key to re-engaging individual students and holding back the tide of dropouts.

To do this, universities are investing in organisational infrastructure beyond architecturally bold lecture halls to build digital learning spaces and designing data analytics to improve student engagement.

These investments are paying off, generating an estimated A$140 billion each year in direct benefits to Australia’s GDP.

No doubt this is just the beginning, with digital learning featuring at the top of a number of universities’ strategic plans.

This investment in learning design has led to the creation of a variety of exciting new roles. These range from learning designers and engineers, curriculum developers and learning technology support to software developers, graphic designers and user experience experts.


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Each phase of ADDIE encompasses core tasks for IDs

Using a development model to design eLearning can impose a process for design and development that ensures the end result meets stated needs and goals. ADDIE is a well-known and widely used instructional design model that is commonly used, or adapted for use, in creating eLearning. The phases of the ADDIE model translate into concrete steps or tasks for instructional designers.
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Avataaars Generator, sencilla web para generar avatares

Para todos aquellos que quieran crear avatares para incluirlos en sus perfiles sociales en lugar de usar sus fotografías reales, y que además tampoco
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Creativity Resources

Creativity Resources | Instructional design | Scoop.it
Creativity - Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology. Students will: Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes. Create original works as a means of personal or group expression. Us
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What is the next generation?

What is the next generation? | Instructional design | Scoop.it
When people use the phrase "next generation," they often mean something as vague as "better than what we have now." The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative used the phrase in its 2015 paper The Next Generation Digital Learning Environment: A Report on Research.1 The title begs certain questions. Next generation of what? What have been the generations so far? What defines a shift from one generation to the next? What drives that shift? These are important questions to answer if we want to see our digital learning environments evolve quickly and in a particular direction. We need to understand what evolution means and how it happens.

In the definitions section of the report, the authors' description of what they mean by "next generation" includes the following:

We have adopted the term next generation digital learning environment (NGDLE) for what should come after the LMS [learning management system] era. The term pulls together several key themes. What comes next must be informed by the new learning-centered model that increasingly characterizes higher education practice (hence next generation). It must of course be digital, given that digital technology has become a component of virtually all teaching and learning practice. It must be about learning, since learning ties together learner and instructor. Finally, it must be an environment or ecosystem — a dynamic, interconnected, ever-evolving community of learners, instructors, tools, and content.

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Online Learning 3.0 is happening and you’re probably behind 

Online Learning 3.0 is happening and you’re probably behind  | Instructional design | Scoop.it

Creating mediocre or bad online learning programs doesn’t happen due to lack of effort. Lack of resources, budget, know-how, and ROI visibility are key reasons. Another reason is the ever-popular “negotiating to mediocrity” syndrome. But a few organizations are leading the charge into the next generation online learning 3.0 and it’s possible for any organization to be one of them.

 

Harvard Business School has created one of the most advanced learning environments in the world. Boeing, NASA, and MIT are breaking new ground in lifelong learning. Fitch is leading the charge into an adaptive-powered world of corporate learning. These and a number of other examples represent the evolution of leading organizations to the next generation of training, online learning 3.0. But don’t let the brand names fool you. You don’t have to be a massive organization to create a modern online learning experience. But before we discuss exactly how to do that, let’s take a look how we got here and what online learning 3.0 means.


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Important questions for anyone thinking of expanding online learning. 
 
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Harvard Business School has created one of the most advanced learning environments in the world. Boeing, NASA, and MIT are breaking new ground in lifelong learning. Fitch is leading the charge into an adaptive-powered world of corporate learning. These and a number of other examples represent the evolution of leading organizations to the next generation of training, online learning 3.0. But don’t let the brand names fool you. You don’t have to be a massive organization to create a modern online learning experience. But before we discuss exactly how to do that, let’s take a look how we got here and what online learning 3.0 means.
 
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Online Learning 3.0 Is Happening And You’re Probably Behind
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[Infographic] The characteristics of a good Instructional Designer

[Infographic] The characteristics of a good Instructional Designer | Instructional design | Scoop.it

Instructional Designers (ID) come from various educational backgrounds. Regardless of their varied educational backgrounds, each of them come up with creative instructional ideas and strategies for presenting content. An instructional designer can be from any educational background but should have the characteristics listed in the infographic below.


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[Infographic] 5 big applications of Screencasting

[Infographic] 5 big applications of Screencasting | Instructional design | Scoop.it
Screencasting is the act of recording the computer screen for sharing idea and spreading knowledge. In a screencast, the presenter records all the actions taken place along with their effects to show others how to complete a designed task or how to work with a particular software. The truth is that with a hundred of eLearning authoring tools these days, the utility and importance of screencasting are on the rise. Here are some of the most outstanding applications.

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Cómo combinar texto e imágenes en el diseño de e-learning

Cómo combinar texto e imágenes en el diseño de e-learning | Instructional design | Scoop.it

La forma en que se combinan texto e imágenes en una diapositiva afecta el mensaje que se quiere transmitir y el atractivo visual del material. Compartimos algunas recomendaciones (en inglés).


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Aplicaciones gratuitas para editar y crear videos educativos

Aplicaciones gratuitas para editar y crear videos educativos | Instructional design | Scoop.it

Con estos editores online podrás crear películas y vídeo tutoriales fácilmente.


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How to Design Your E-Learning Course Using Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction

How to Design Your E-Learning Course Using Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction | Instructional design | Scoop.it

Not sure how to go about designing your e-learning course? In his book Principles of Instructional Design, Robert Gagne and his co-authors lay out a set of guidelines to ensure your learner
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An Introduction to SAM for Instructional Designers

An Introduction to SAM for Instructional Designers | Instructional design | Scoop.it
You may be familiar with ADDIE, but how well do you know SAM? Here's a quick introduction.
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Estándares de calidad en Diseño Instruccional eLearning  (Parte 1)

Estándares de calidad en Diseño Instruccional eLearning  (Parte 1) | Instructional design | Scoop.it

Una forma de evaluar la calidad de un curso online es a través de rúbricas que resumen los estándares de calidad en diseño instruccional e-Learning. En la primera parte de esta serie de artículos te contaré sobre uno de esos estándares: iNACOL National Standards for Online Courses.


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Marc My Words: Ask 10 Questions Before Starting Instructional Design

Marc My Words: Ask 10 Questions Before Starting Instructional Design | Instructional design | Scoop.it
You’re just starting instructional design. Are you ready to go? Before you do anything, have you answered these 10 questions?
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#1 Instructional Design Community | Instructional Design Central (IDC)

#1 Instructional Design Community | Instructional Design Central (IDC) | Instructional design | Scoop.it
Instructional Design Central (IDC) provides instructional designers & learning experience (LX) design professionals access to content and resources.
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8 excelentes herramientas gratuitas para crear diagramas - Páginas Web y Márketing Online - Diseño y Desarrollo Web - SEO, SEM, Social Media, Content Marketing - Responsive Design - Usurbil, Lasart...

8 excelentes herramientas gratuitas para crear diagramas - Páginas Web y Márketing Online - Diseño y Desarrollo Web - SEO, SEM, Social Media, Content Marketing - Responsive Design - Usurbil, Lasart... | Instructional design | Scoop.it
La creación de diagramas y planos es algo que casi todo el mundo puede realizar, con independencia de la profesión.
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10 of The Best Tools for Creating Digital Quizzes

10 of The Best Tools for Creating Digital Quizzes | Instructional design | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
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Ocho herramientas para crear tarjetas didácticas o flashcards 

Ocho herramientas para crear tarjetas didácticas o flashcards  | Instructional design | Scoop.it

Hemos recopilado ocho herramientas TIC que puedes utilizar para crear tarjetas didácticas, flashcards, y animar a tus alumnos a que elaboren sus propias tarjetas para estudiar.


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Applying the Kemp Design Model in eLearning: A guide for eLearning professionals

Applying the Kemp Design Model in eLearning: A guide for eLearning professionals | Instructional design | Scoop.it
Kemp, Morrison, and Ross are the co-founders of the Kemp Design Model. This strategy takes a non-traditional approach to eLearning development, as it follows a cyclical structure. Every aspect of the eLearning course design and learning process is taken into consideration. This allows eLearning professionals to create more meaningful eLearning courses that focus on online learners' needs, preferences, and goals. Here are 9 tips to help you apply the key elements of the Kemp Design Model.

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[eBook] The ultimate guide to successful eLearning implementation at the workplace

[eBook] The ultimate guide to successful eLearning implementation at the workplace | Instructional design | Scoop.it

What does it take to implement eLearning successfully in a workplace? While there are plenty of ingredients that go into this, it needs to start with the one most important element – defining the eLearning strategy.

 

This eBook is an attempt to deconstruct the elements needed to make an eLearning implementation initiative successful. We start from the seemingly basic but invaluable question: ‘What is your goal?’ We then go on to explain how this goal, in conjunction with subsequent decisions, can guide you in creating an effective strategy, and then design, implement, and roll out programs for lasting success. We take an in-depth look at evaluation, describing in detail when it should be thought about, planned for, and implemented.


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10 Invaluable Books for Instructional Design

10 Invaluable Books for Instructional Design | Instructional design | Scoop.it
“ Angel Green provides her list of the ten most invaluable books that every instructional designer should read!”
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Rúbricas de evaluación en el aula con TIC

Presentación realizada para la ponencia "Rúbricas de evaluación en el aula y CoRubrics".


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