Understand how to become a civic-minded instructional designer
With an increase in online learning, instructional designers are becoming crucial in creating high-quality instructional materials that meet the needs of learners.
On this two-week course, you’ll learn the best practices of instructional design and technology (IDT) to ensure you can create effective online experiences.
What’s more, you’ll explore the core aspects of becoming a socially responsible instructional designer who can contribute to the betterment of society.
You’ll understand instructional design as a helping profession as you learn how to become a civic-minded instructional designer, understanding the CMID framework that underpins this work.
Improve your performance as an instructional designer
As you delve into the job scope of an instructional designer, you’ll identify the skills required to be successful in your role.
You’ll then learn how to apply these skills, following essential steps to help you design effective instructional experiences.
Explore the history and fundamentals of instructional design
You’ll gain a solid understanding of the basics of IDT, including the concepts and terminologies, history of the field, and the ADDIE framework.
With this knowledge, you’ll learn how to apply the history of instructional design with the current and future development of IDT.
Learn from the experts at Universiti Malaya
You’ll learn from the specialists at Universiti Malaya (UM), recognised globally as one of the top universities in the world.
By the end of this course, you’ll have the knowledge and skills to design effective instructional materials and understand your role in positively contributing to society.
This course is designed for those interested in creating effective learning experiences using instructional design and technology (IDT).
It will also be useful for those who want to learn how to use IDT to contribute to the good of society.