Whether you use ADDIE, backwards design, or another model, instructional design relies on a process that results in key deliverables: a project timeline, learning objectives, delivery methods, an assessment strategy, and more. So what happens when you apply a traditional instructional design model to a disruptive technology like a MOOC? In this session, we will look at the variables introduced by MOOCs that complicate the design process, and strategies to address those challenges.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify considerations of designing for a diverse learner audience.
- Discuss the criteria for determining the scope of a MOOC.
- Evaluate platform affordances and limitations, especially as they relate to assessment.
- Apply strategies for designing learning material for reusability.
Kate Miffitt, (Session Lead) Director of Digital Media, Pedagogy, and Scholarship, College of the Liberal Arts
Gary Chinn, Interim Director, e-Learning Institute, College of Arts and Architecture