Cincinnati — Sept. 28
The makers of Lectora e-learning software announce a new offering of instructional design training for developers. This instructor-led course enables e-learning professionals to acquire an understanding of instructional design principles to develop effective e-learning courses and training.
“Instructional Design Training for the Everyday Developer” provides learners with processes, techniques, templates and tools to create sound design and courseware for e-learning. Taught by expert trainers, this course takes attendees through an e-learning journey from initial conception through course delivery and evaluation.
This course covers the concepts of instructional system design (ISD) and focuses on e-learning instructional design (e-learning ID) to give participants the opportunity to maximize the effectiveness, efficiency and appeal of instruction in e-learning.
ISD focuses on a structured approach to designing and developing learning as a process. E-learning ID, one phase of ISD, can be described as the art and practice of designing an instructionally sound and engaging self-paced e-learning course.
The new “Instructional Design for the Everyday Developer” course takes place Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT at the Chicago Lectora regional training facility. Attendees can also take advantage of Lectora Fundamentals and Lectora Intermediate training in Chicago in conjunction with the ISD training session.
Source: Lectora and Trivantis Corp.