Distance education, Planning, Learning design
Do you find it challenging to have discussions with instructors about designing online courses and best practices in teaching? This article will highlight key components to conducting effective Learning Design Meetings. It outlines techniques used by our institution in engaging faculty in a discussion regarding better use of Learning Management Systems (LMS), storyboard layout, learning outcomes, student engagement, learning activities, formal assessments, and content delivery. Learning Design meetings have proven to be a compelling manner of decreasing faculty resistance while exposing instructors to best practices in pedagogy, andragogy, and online learning. Instructional Designers (IDs), Instructional Facilitators (IFs), and Course Authors who work in higher educational online settings should find this information useful. Novices in the field may find these practical techniques particularly beneficial.
39th Annual Proceedings: Selected Papers on the Practice of Educational Communications and Technology
Association for Educational Communication and Technology
Las Vegas, NV
School of Distance Education & International Partnerships
Shaver, Denise, "The Added Value of Conducting Learning Design Meeting to the Online Course Development Process" (2016). Faculty Publications. 320.
Retrieved March 29, 2018, from https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED579662