Rapid Instructional Design Learning ID Fast and Right

ISBN-10: 0787980730

ISBN-13: 9780787980733

Edition: 2nd 2006 (Revised)

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Description: This is the updated and revised edition of the popular guide to learning the processes of instructional design addresses such topics as learning analysis, ROI, and asynchronous and synchronous e-learning. The book includes fresh examples of storyboards, new tools and test questions, and professional commentary and case studies from practicing Instructional Designers. For instructional designers at all levels of experience and in all settings, this book gives insight and practical applications for the systematic design of instruction. The book also provides an excellent resource for sharing with clients, colleagues, and professional who have limited or no familiarity with instructional design.

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Book details

List price: $68.50
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/12/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 508
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

Preface to the Second Edition
Introduction
What Is This Instructional Design Stuff Anyway?
Why Instructional Design?
What Is Instructional Design?
A Few Definitions
Advantages of Instructional Design
Disadvantages of Instructional Design
Before You Do Anything: Pre-Instructional Design Activities
Organizational Needs
Performance Assessment
Assessing Training Needs
Choosing Needs to Address
The Needs Analysis Report
Quick and Dirty Cost-Benefit Analysis
Do You Know What You Need to Do? Analysis
Data-Collection Methods
Why Analyze?
Types of Analysis
Computer-Aided Analysis
How to Do It: Design
Make the Right Decision Now
Delivery Decision (Training Setting)
Objectives
Design Documents
Course Descriptions
Gathering Content
Adding Structure: The Instructional Plan
Trainee Evaluation (Test Questions and Tests)
Hints for Designing in Various Formats
Doing It Right: Development
End Products of Development
The Lesson Plan As an End Product
Scripts and Storyboards
Participants' Packages and Other Print Materials
Other Media
Hints for Developing Material
Getting It Where It Does the Most Good: Implementation
Beta Tests and Pilots
Reviews Revisited
Common Implementation Issues
Hints for Implementation
Did It Do Any Good? Evaluation
Why Evaluation?
The Key to Good Evaluation
Types of Evaluation
Evaluation of Self-Instructional Programs
Revisions: What to Do with What You've Learned
Hints for Evaluating
Doing It Faster: More Rapid Design Shortcuts
Software for Instructional Design
Analysis Software
Test Development Software
Miscellaneous Software
Rapid Prototyping
Learning Objects and Granular Training
Public Courses
Off-the-Shelf Programs
Technology Vendors
Performance Support-Based "Training"
Problem-Based Learning (PBL)
Training Management Systems
Miscellaneous
Asynchronous E-Learning Design
Definitions
Creating and Implementing an E-Learning System
Determining a Comprehensive E-Learning Strategy
Designing and Developing Good Programs
Learning Management Systems and Learning Content Management Systems
Preparing the Organization Globally for E-Learning
Planning for a Smooth, Successful Implementation
Creating an Effective Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
Asynchronous E-Learning Design and Development
Analysis
Material Development
Learner Evaluation
Learner Interfaces
Beta Tests and Pilots
Software
Repurposing
Evaluating Asynchronous E-Learning Programs
Summary
Synchronous E-Learning Design
Advantages
Disadvantages and Misconceptions
Design Considerations for Synchronous E-Learning
Mini-Interactions
Repurposing and Redesigning of Synchronous E-Learning Programs
Other Synchronous Activities
More Detailed Facilitator Guides
Learner Guide
General Technology Considerations
Media
Designing Continuing Interactions
Audience Analysis
Implementation
Online Learning: A Special Type of E-Learning
What the Learners Say
Glossary
Suggested Readings
Other Resources
About the Author
Instructor Guide for Rapid Instructional Design
Index
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