Instructional Design for E-Learning

The Instructional Design for E-Learning course offered at the University of Wisconsin Stout addresses a number of topics of relevance to online educators.  These topics include:

    1. Analyze and evaluate exemplary models of course design (blended and fully online) using case studies and actual courses.
    2. Demonstrate skills as the architect of e-learning experiences and establish strategies for building a design team.
    3. Understand how online students differ in their approaches to learning and the barriers that impede learning and adapt instruction to meet the diverse needs of students, including those with disabilities and exceptionalities.
    4. Apply instructional design theory and research, universal design, usability concepts, and analyze learning styles in the development of e-learning activities.
    5. Integrate multimedia, learning objects, social networking concepts, and synchronous technologies in the design of course content and activities.
    6. Design an e-learning unit/module based on quality online course design principles.
Below you will find examples of my work in this course:

Reflective Journal

Final Project

Maria Guillily, PhD