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Design Process for Learning Experiences

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

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EDCT-GE 2158
Administration, Leadership, and Technology