This course provides students the opportunity to apply best practices in the management of complex online instructional design projects, including the initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, and closure of instructional development projects, including practical techniques to develop and manage scope, budgets, schedules, quality, resources. The course will explore the application and integration of both traditional and agile project management practices to existing online instructional design and development methodologies. Students will analyze and demonstrate both the project management and business analysis responsibilities associated with the instructional development project life cycle.
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