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Thursday, April 05, 2007

eLearning Design - Posts about Designing eLearning

I received a question about a particular eLearning Design challenge that someone was facing and I realized that the title of my blog and the way I post doesn't really do justice to talking about design and patterns in designing eLearning in this blog. I'll try to work on that, but here's a list of posts that are relevant to eLearning design and eLearning patterns:

What Clients Really Want
The basis for many of the eLearning design decisions.

Top Ten Suggested New Year's Resolutions for eLearning Professionals
Several elearning design patterns are discussed.

Significant Work Needed to Help Instructional Designers
Changes required in ISD, ADDIE and HPT in order to adapt to the current design environment.

eLearning 1.0, 1.3 and 2.0
The move of eLearning design towards SME and user-generated content.

Course and Courseware are Fading - The Future of eLearning
How we must adapt to the fact that our designs cannot rely on larger chunks of learning - especially in Corporate eLearning.

Future of ISD, ADDIE and HPT
Big impact on how we will be designing eLearning going forward.

Learning Design Different Now? and Future of ISD in a World of Read/Write Web
How is Learning Design different when we are using different learning techniques, especially bottom-up techniques based on.

Learning Design in a Nut Shell
My simple attempt at what learning design and eLearning design is all about.

Reference Hybrid
A particular pattern for designing eLearning.


1 comment:

Samantha said...

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