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Data Driven Decision Making for Online Instructional Design

$297.00$497.00

Despite all its promise, online education faces serious obstacles. High drop-out rates and an increasingly skeptical Congress have caused many to question the effectiveness of online education—a disturbing trend in times of tight budgets. This seminar introduces you to the latest methods for leveraging analytics in the instructional design process and ultimately improve your courses.

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Develop Better Instructional Design Models

Despite all its promise, online education faces serious obstacles.

High drop-out rates and an increasingly skeptical Congress have caused many to question the effectiveness of online education—a disturbing trend in times of tight budgets.

Now, more than ever, you need to institute an established method for improving your online programs and increasing their effectiveness.

Benefits

In this 90-minute seminar, we introduce you to methods for leveraging analytics in the instructional design process and ultimately improve your courses, helping you to:

  • Understand how data relates to instructional design elements, and develop strategies for measuring the relationship between implementations and learning outcomes.
  • Utilize end-of-course and real-time intelligence to understand your instructional strengths and weaknesses, and to influence your future improvements.
  • Develop ways to streamline your design team through the application of institution data points.
  • Create strategies for using data to best allocate financial resources.

You’ll develop both a theoretical understanding of how to improve your instructional design process, as well as practical methods for enhancing your own efforts.

Learning Goals

We help you discover:

  • How to utilize institutional data sources to optimize instructional design strategies and components.
  • What methods you can use to collaborate with faculty and staff to inform instructional design initiatives while complementing institutional research objectives.
  • How to include data collection elements in the workflow so that analytics can help optimize your instructional design.

By the end of the seminar, you’ll understand strategies that will aid in the development of workflows, content refinement and enhance your programs overall learning effectiveness.

Audience

From one-person shop to instructional design teams, anyone involved in an online program will benefit from the seminar. Recommended positions include:

  • Instructional Designers
  • Institutional Researchers
  • Instructional Technologists
  • Online Faculty
  • Program Directors
  • Department Chairs
  • Deans
  • Associate Provosts (responsible for institutional effectiveness or online programs)
  • Learning Strategists

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Order this program today and utilize your institutional data right away.

Product Code: QC11CA

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