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RIDT 130

Advanced Instructional Design & Assessment Strategies

This course emphasizes the application of adult learning theory to the instructional and e-learning design process. Students will more deeply explore the pedagogical and andragogical underpinnings of online instructional design and will apply these practices to the design of learning content for digital environments. Students will also examine the process of gathering and evaluating data applicable to various aspects of improving learner performance for the purpose of making instructional decisions, and will explore a number of advanced assessment techniques to evaluate outcomes achievement. Students will apply cognitive science and learning theory to explore the enhancement of learning comprehension and knowledge transfer in the online classroom and/or workplace learning environment. The course will emphasize advanced online instructional design techniques key to fostering the development of healthy online learning communities. Students will gain the ability to apply the principles of instructional design and online learning assessment in both educational and corporate settings.

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