Design

Assignment 18: Reading: E-Trainer Evolution

http://www.learningcircuits.org/2001/ jun2001/rossett.html Expanding Roles of Training Professionals Conventional roles and skills Design and develop Develop individual brain power Develop content knowledge Deliver or coordinate classes Develop and produce events and products Coordinate short-term events and interactions Deliver from content inventory Share skills and knowledge Focus on employees as learners Measure “butts in seats” and Web hits Reactive problem solving Future roles and skills Develop and ...

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Assignment 7: Instructional Design models

Of the learning models presented in class on 9/22, I found cognitive learning to be the most confusing. I had some difficulty conceptualizing it and relating it to a classroom situation. I found anchored learning to the most interesting of the theories and the one which seemed most likely to be framed in a creative wrapper. Anchored learning starts with a concept and radiates outward. ...

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Assignment 6: Reading: Survey of Instructional Development Models

http://www.davidvl.org/250CourseSpr04/digesthome.htm A very brief article which divided Instructional Development Models into three basic categories: classroom situations (Classroom ID), standalone products (e.g., CD-ROMs) (Product Orientation ID), and large scale institutional training (System Orientation ID). In the first situation, the designer has contact with the learner; in the second most likely little to none; and the third, little to no contact with the learner. This article is ...

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Assignment 2: Reading: The Field of Educational Technology: Update 2000. A Dozen Frequently Asked Questions. ERIC Digest.

Article Link: http://www.arches.uga.edu/~noah/ely_article.htm This “digest” covers 12 fundamental questions (FAQs) relating to the field of educational technology, from the definition of educational technology (theory and practice of all means and mechanisms of learning and the tools which make it possible), the history (World War II, primarily AV media), research findings (Thompson & Jonassen), brief overview of work of an educational technologist (type of work: instructional ...

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Assignment 3: Reading: The Proper Way to Become an Instructional Technologist

Article Link: http://it.coe.uga.edu/~lrieber/pdean/ Written as an essay prior to the author’s lecture at the 1998 AECT convention, it describes his insights into the Peter Dean Lecture and the contents of that lecture. The Peter Dean Lecture is designed to give a designated speaker the opportunity to give his views on the challenges, future, and vision of Educational Technology. Motivated by an article he read entitled, ...

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Art review

Excerpts from previously published art reviews & interviews. In what is a very impressive display of creativity and artistic talent representing countries from all over and ages ranging from pre-teen to over 50, Ride’s 1st Annual Graphic Competition in association with the Small Works Gallery in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is nothing less than extraordinary!,Ride Announces Winners of Snowboard Art: A Graphics Competition, article published at ...

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