Designing for e-Learning

Design 103

Learn how to convert a real business learning need into a powerful learning solution.

This course presents core instructional design ideas, tailored specifically for creating interactive instruction. Topics will include effective analysis techniques for working with SMEs to identify measurable performance outcomes, writing for interactivity, and organizational tools. You’ll learn and apply known design strategies for transfer of skills, including spaced practice (and the Corrective Feedback Paradigm™), selection of appropriate examples and non-examples, procedural learning, problem-solving, and designing for attitude objectives. 

Single course: $1,495

As part of ACIP program: $1,295

Upcoming sessions

  • Starting July 21st, 2020
  • Starting December 1st, 2020

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Course information

In this course, you will:

  • Select and employ design strategies for transfer of skills that will lead to real organizational impact
  • Study and practice writing for interactive learning experiences
  • Explore effective techniques for working with SMEs

Prerequisites: We recommend taking Design 101 before enrolling in this course

Experience level: Any

Format: Virtual instructor-led (webinar series)

Duration: 12 hours total (6 x 2-hour instructor-led sessions)

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Ethan

Ethan Edwards

Instructor

As Chief Instructional Strategist for Allen Interactions, Ethan Edwards draws from more than 30 years of industry experience as an e-learning instructional designer and developer. He spent many years teaching certification classes for ATD, and he is a frequent blogger for Allen Interactions’ e-Learning Leadership Blog


Upcoming sessions

  • Starting July 21st, 2020
  • Starting December 1st, 2020

Design 103 Register Now

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