Learn to design online training that "comes alive" for your students!
Learn how to develop clear instructional goals, work with tools to create an E-Learning experience, and write and revise a project management plan.
Educators, corporate trainers, and other professionals are often asked to develop and teach courses online, but many have little or no training to meet the specific challenges of online delivery.
To serve this need, The University of Georgia will soon offer the first course of an Instructional Design and E-learning Certificate. The 84-hour online, instructor-led program will be made up of three courses, each awarding CEUs for completion. The first course is expected to open for registration in January 2015.
Introduction to Instructional Design and Development will be available first and focus on analysis of instructional needs and systematic principles of design. To follow will be Instructional Design and Development Tools, which will focus on practical E-Learning development and tools commonly used to produce the E-Learning experience. And then Managing Your Instructional Design Project, which will focus on effective project management strategies for E-Learning Development.