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Here is an edited ebook about implementing universal design in higher education.
Jeff Geronimo from the Faculty Development & Instructional Design Center at NIU recently presented the following:
“Online teaching presents a unique set of challenges that require clear definition of faculty performance. Research shows that specific strategies can support and enhance the teaching and learning process. During this online workshop offered 2/22/2013, we examined and discussed best practices that promote successful online experiences including planning and management, teaching techniques, and assessing and evaluating students. Participants discovered different ways to facilitate these strategies during all phases of an online course. | view podcast in iTunes | view mp4”
Check out this free resource
58 Tips for Breakthrough eLearning Instructional Design
Contributing Editor, Chris Benz
Instructional Design (ID) is — or at least should be — the foundation for effective eLearning. Whether you are new to ID or have been designing eLearning for a while, it’s easy to get stuck in certain ways of doing things. That’s when you need some new ideas!
This complimentary eBook draws on the ideas and experience of 14 ID experts who are leading sessions that are part of The eLearning Guild’s May 2012 Online Forum on “eLearning Instructional Design: Advanced and Breakthrough Techniques.” These tips, which will enhance the way you design eLearning, are organized into four general categories:
- Project management