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1 What is Instructional Design? What is E-learning? 2010

2  Roots  Traditional distance education  “Iskolatévé”  Computer programmes  Stand-alone CD (CBT)  Internet-based solutions (WBT)  use of e-learning content

3 ILT  Synchronous  Fixed time, place, pace  Changing content, quality  Extra costs (travel, equipment, hotel)  Embarrassment of failure  Hard to update  Instructor-controlled E-learning  Asynchronous or synchronous (webinar)  Just-in-time, self-paced  Uniform content, quality  One-time costs  Risk-free  Simple data management, easy to update  Learner-controlled

4  Instructional  adult learning/teaching  Design  ID Team including  Instructional Designers creates  an ID product/solution

5 EVALUATE ANALYSE & PLAN (RE-)DESIGN DEVELOP IMPLEMENT

6  Instructional Design  What do you want your students to learn?  How will you know if they have learnt it?  Instructional Designer  team members  often with multiple roles

7  Information Design  “The art and science of presenting information so that it is understandable and easy to use.” (Horn)  Technical Writing  Writing about anything that has to do with specialized areas of science and technology.  Instructional Design  “Applying a systematic methodology based on instructional theory to create content for learning.” (ASTD)

8  ID and e-learning  Not just content, but a solution  Learning Solution  Needs-based vs. off-the-shelf

9  example (eBroker)  desired characteristics expensive -> cheaper slow to develop -> easy to upgrade modular  packaged (off-the-shelf) customised  IT training  business/professional skills  language skills

10  course material = content  delivery through  Learning Management System (LMS)  Learning Content Management System (LCMS) --> need for modularity --> need for standards SCORM, AICC, IMS

11  authoring tools  MS FrontPage, Macromedia DreamWeaver  NIAM-TMS’s EasyGenerator  Macromedia Captivate  Camtasia Studio  Click2learn’s Toolbook  Turbo Demo  Quizmaker ‘09

12  Oracle iLearning  IBM Learning Space  SABA  IntraLearn  SUN Enterprise Learning Platform  Moodle (freeware)

13  OutStart  Xyleme  ACS  SCORM (Shareable Content Object Reference Model)

14  education  modernised distance learning  continuing/professional education  public sector e-government  corporate sector  focus on skills (vs. theoretical knowledge)  main objective: cost-effective training Return on Investment (ROI)

15  History  > CBT + customised contents  > LMS + off-the-shelf contents  > intranet/internet-based environment  future  increasing market share in corporate training and education  wide-spread use of authoring tools  customised - and customisable! - content


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