Design Process for Learning Experiences
Introduction to & application of major instructional design models, particularly as they relate to the development of instructional materials & resources for such technologies as computer-based multimedia, network telecommunications, & television. Models are compared for their substantive & procedural approaches to analyses of needs, content, instructional philosophy, learners, social environment, culture. Developments in the field & critical issues, including conflicts between objectivist & constructivist instructional design models, are addressed in historical perspective.
- Old Course Number: E19.2158