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EDU 652 Week 1 Assignment Presenting E-Learning and Design Concepts
Presenting E-Learning and Design Concepts. According to your reading, e-learning is the use of electronic technologies to create learning experiences. Chapter 1 of your text presents ways to plan the development of online learning. After you complete the reading, create a 15 to 20 slide PowerPoint presentation which addresses the following:
Define e-learning and describe the varieties of e-learning
Explain e-learning design and instructional design (include a description of each) Discuss design perspectives and influences
Discuss the alignment of learning goals and objectives
Analyze the selection of learning activities
You must include at least two references, in addition to the textbook. Your PowerPoint presentation must be 15- 20 slides in length, not including title and reference slides, and formatted according to APA style guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Along with your PowerPoint presentation, be sure to submit a Word document title page to the dropbox for grading.
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EDU 652 Week 2 Discussion 1 E-Learning Design Dilemma
E-Learning Design Dilemma. You have been tasked to introduce updated policies to your school’s or company’s staff. Janice, a updated hire, suggests that you should introduce each policy using a YouTube video. She says that people can watch the videos at their leisure and as many times as they need. Describe your thoughts on using YouTube as an e-learning tool. Visit the YouTube site (http://www.youtube.com/) and search for e-learning or instructional design videos. Review at least 4 different videos. Describe your findings and include the URL in your post. Discuss the pros and cons of using YouTube for an e-learning tool. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings.
EDU 652 Week 2 Discussion 2 Hands-On E-Learning Tool
Hands-On E-Learning Tool. Instructional designers often create very large documents which contain images, audio, or other multimedia content. To exchange such documents, the designers often compress or “zip” the documents using the Winzip program. After one developer “zips” a document and sends it to another, the recipient can use Winzip to “unzip” or decompress the document.
If you are not already using Winzip (www.winzip.com), visit the site and download and install the trial version of the software. Using the software, create .zip file that contains one or more documents. Then, unzip the file and save the documents to a updated location. Discuss your experiences with the download and installation process. Then, describe possible uses for Winzip as an instructional designer and as a student. Respond to at least two of your classmates postings