Instructor: Kevin W. Tharp, Ph.D.
Course Description: Overview and selection criteria of instructor-led, computer-based, and distance learning systems for delivering content to trainees in the workplace. Includes the development of training materials in a variety of formats.
Course Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Use an instructional systems design model to design training courses and modules, which are to be delivered using contemporary instructional technology.
2. Develop training courses, modules and materials using computer-based technology.
3. Select appropriate training methods to meet training course and program needs.
4. Select appropriate hardware, software and delivery systems to meet training course and program needs.
5. Deliver a training module using a contemporary instruction technology.
6. Evaluate the delivery of a training course, module or program.
7. Provide leadership in the proper utilization of delivery systems for training.
8. Apply research and forecasting techniques to project technological developments and potential impacts.
Text: Vaughan, T (2008). Multimedia: Making It Work, Seventh Edition NY: McGraw Hill.
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