Sample eLearning Interactions - DoDEA

Sample eLearning Interactions - DoDEA

Sample eLearning Interactions Instructional Design Services Objectives Provide an overview of content development types Conceptualize professional learning from an

eLearning standpoint Showcase previous ID work samples Content Development Types 1. Basic 2. Interactive 3. Advanced

1. Basic

Rapid eLearning = You developed all of the content already PowerPoint-to-eLearning Basic audio/video Simple quiz

Turnaround: varies from 1.5 to over 4 weeks 2. Interactive

Rapid eLearning with more multimedia (audio/video) Templated interactions vs. Customized interactions Simple animations Brief screen/software simulations embedded

Multiple checks for understanding Turnaround: varies from 3 to over 6.5 weeks 3. Advanced

Custom development Courseware level

Complex interactions and/or games Several checks for understanding; possibly branching Extensive multimedia Complex programming/scripting involved Turnaround: varies from 5 weeks to over 4.5 months Samples

Templated Interactions Checks for Understanding Previous Work Sample Content Presentation Methods (Templated Interactions)

Sample Content Presentation Methods (Templated Interactions) Sample Checks for Understanding Interactions (Templated) Models and similar built-in assets available

Other Project Types Delivery Methods Standalone Direct access

Schoology DoDEAs Learning Management System (LMS) Two Types of Content Delivery: Courses Groups (Previous Work)

ID Support Request Form Conclusion Content Development Types Basic, Interactive, Advanced

Sample Interactions Previous Projects IDS Website ID Support Request Form Google Form

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