This course is designed to provide an introduction to Learner Experience Design, which brings together principles of design and learning to create effective interactive training and learning experiences. The course draws on fields such as instructional design, user experience design (UXD), and learning and development. Students learn concepts and techniques to prepare them to analyze learners and learning situations and to choose appropriate strategies in order to create interactive, engaging, and effective learning experiencesNote: Formerly known as MDST 583. Note: Students are responsible to both be aware of and abide by prerequisites for TCID courses for which they enroll, and will be administratively dropped from a course if they have not met prerequisites. It is recommended but not required that students complete a 300-level TCID or WRIT course.
4 Undergraduate credits
Effective May 5, 2021 to present
- Students will explore e-learning at an advanced level including the history and basic models of instructional design and their implications for designing e-learning.
- Students will learn principles of learning theory and their importance in designing e-learning.
- Students will learn principles of multimedia production and their relevance for designing e-learning.
- Students will understand usability and usability testing and recognize their importance and usefulness in any design process.
- Students can apply their learning to software and tools selection.
- Students can apply their learning by creating e-modules for an e-learning situation that demonstrate understanding of instructional design principles, learning theory, multimedia learning, and usability testing.