Department of Education, Innovation and Technology

Designing and Building eLearning Modules with Articulate Rise

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What you’ll learn:

In this professional Learning Studio, you’ll learn how to design and create an effective learner-centered elearning course/module.

Requirements: 

  • Subscription to Articulate 360 or a trial subscription.
  • Basic knowledge of computer and the internet
     

Length of Professional Learning Studio: 8 Weeks

Teaching Modality: Hybrid

Description:

Are you seeking to develop an eLearning course or module for your instruction or professional development?

This four week learning studio is divided into two parts – Designing/Planning Elearning Modules and (two) Developing eLearning Modules. By the end of this workshop, you’ll have the tools to create and develop effective learner-centered e-learning courses.

In this course you’ll learn to:

Design & Planning

  • Identify components of an eLearning Course
  • Align your module (activities, assignments, materials/technology and assessments) to the objectives.
  • Apply instructional design theoretical foundation, adult learning models and best practice to your module.
  • Create a lesson plan
     

Developing and Producing

  • Identify the four parts of the module blueprint for Development
  • Apply the blueprint and theoretical foundation to develop eLearning elements and course.
  • Author and create web based interactive courses using Articulate Rise.
  • Share and Export Rise Courses within Blackboard Learn LMS or SuccessFactors
     

Who this course is for:

Anyone wanting to learn to create web-based courses, grounded in instructional design principles and adult learning frameworks

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Schedule and Topics by Weeks

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Week Topic Subtopic
Week 1

Orientation

  • Course Overview, schedule & expectations
  • Principles of Online Learning and Online Learning
  • Characteristics of Online Learners
Week 2

Planning – Aligning Learning Objectives, Assessments

  • Learning Objectives
  • Assessments (Formative and Summative)
  • Active Learning in Digital Environments
Week 3 Planning – Lesson Planning, Course Outline and Course Strategy
  • Course Strategy Document
  • Lesson Plan
Week 4 Development- Applying Design to Development
  • Gange’s Nine Events of Instruction
  • Module Blueprint
Week 5 Rise Workshop
  • Orientation to Rise – Developing your course
Week 6 Rise Workshop
  • Developing your module/course – individual working time
Week 7 Rise Workshop
  • Developing your module/course – individual working time
Week 8 Showcase and Closure
  • Showcase of Course/Modules