Category Archives: instructionaldesign

NWeLearn: Creativity in Instructional Design

These are only my notes and impressions. Non-tangential ramblings are my own. Contents may settle in shipping: Creativity in Instructional Design Shannon Riggs, Director of Ecampus Course Development and Training at Oregon State University Instructional designers wear many hats in … Continue reading

Posted in instructionaldesign | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

MOOCs, Group Work, and Instructional Design

Debate Chamber of the Oxford Union Society (Wikipedia) Everything Old is New AgainIn my last post I pointed out that all the arguments about MOOCs sound so much like the old arguments against online education in the 90s. One of … Continue reading

Posted in connectivism, constructivism, elearning101, instructionaldesign, MOOC | Tagged | Leave a comment

Utah State’s Open Courseware

Image via WikipediaUtah State University has an excellent collection of open courseware. This is a really exciting time to be involved in education because more and more institutions and instructors are making their teaching materials available to a wider audience. … Continue reading

Posted in instructionaldesign, OER, Open education resources | Tagged , , | Leave a comment