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Introduction to Instructional Systems Design


Introduction to Instructional Systems Design

Introduction to Instructional Systems Design

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Course Description

Instructional Systems Design is the process of designing and developing instructional courses or materials that bring greater efficiency and effectiveness to acquiring knowledge or skills for learners. This free online course in Instructional Systems Design reviews important aspects such as learning theories and learning objectives and how they influence the design process.
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It also reviews the role of memory, needs analysis, and design models such as ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). Robert Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction are also discussed with examples of their application and use. Finally, learning technologies and how they are used to deliver training are reviewed, as well as techniques for measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of the instructional materials. This course will be of great interest to all human resources, teaching and training professionals who are involved in training, instructional design and e-learning, and who would like to learn more about important aspects of instructional systems design and their use and application in designing and developing highly effective instructional materials or courses.

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Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes: - Understanding and using instructional models such as ADDIE; - The role of learning theories and memory in learning; - Using needs analysis and subject matter experts to design instructional materials and courses; - Using Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction to design effective instructional materials; - Using learning technologies to deliver training; - Measuring and evaluating the instructional materials.


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Module Title
Module 1: The ADDIE Model
Module 2: ISD Models
Module 3: Learning Theories
Module 4: The Role of Memory
Module 5: Needs Analysis
Module 6: Working with Subject Matter Experts
Module 7: Learning Objectives
Module 8: Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction
Module 9: Delivering Training
Module 10: Learning Technologies
Module 11: Measuring and Evaluating
Module 12: Instructional Systems Design Assessment

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Course Title Introduction to Instructional Systems Design
Course # 447
Course Publisher Marina Arshavskiy
Course Category 9
Content Origin
Course Description  Instructional Systems Design is the process of designing and developing instructional courses or materials that bring greater efficiency and effectiveness to acquiring knowledge or skills for learners. This free online course in Instructional Systems Design reviews important aspects such as learning theories and learning objectives and how they influence the design process. It also reviews the role of memory, needs analysis, and design models such as ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). Robert Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction are also discussed with examples of their application and use. Finally, learning technologies and how they are used to deliver training are reviewed, as well as techniques for measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of the instructional materials. This course will be of great interest to all human resources, teaching and training professionals who are involved in training, instructional design and e-learning, and who would like to learn more about important aspects of instructional systems design and their use and application in designing and developing highly effective instructional materials or courses.
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Release Date 29 June 2012
   
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Course Duration (Avg Learner) 3-4 Hours
Video/Audio None
Audio Only None
Animation None
Assessments Yes
 
Education Level
Age appropriateness 18+ Years
Minimum Grade/Class Level Post-Secondary
 
Validation Level 5
ALISON Testing Yes
Certification Availability
PDF Download Yes
Parchment Yes
Framed Certification Yes
   
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    Michael Wagner United States of America I liked the course. It was well designed. 2015-04-01 16:04:50
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    CHASSIDY SHELL United States of America Great intro course! 2015-03-09 05:03:08
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    Kristen Brannock United States of America Personally, I LOVED this course. The information was exactly what I needed- it wasnt over-burdensome and right to the point. I would LOVE to see a Level II for this class. Great stuff. Thank you for the opportunity to take the class. 2015-03-07 21:03:57
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    Marla Daley United States of America This course was thorough and relevant. The assignments were reflective. 2015-03-06 07:03:08
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    Todd Barnes United States of America This is a great starter course and can provide the framework for understanding how to move into the ADDIE model style of courseware development. 2015-03-05 02:03:03
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    Chapin Evans United States of America Very good introductory course, broken down in a way that was easy to understand. I liked the quiz at the end. 2015-03-04 03:03:44
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    Timothy Ijala Uganda Great course. Very informative and practical. 2015-03-02 07:03:52
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    Jayakumar Narayanaswamy India Great course on ISD intro. 2015-02-23 10:02:08
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    Sumeet Singh India Very Insightful however, there should be a way to check the asignments given in the end or if a mentor can be suggested to help you with the asignments. The number of people associated to Alison, finding a mentor or an assessor would be an easy job. 2015-02-20 14:02:23
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    Pamala Dixon United States of America Excellent Course. Great examples. 2015-02-18 21:02:57
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