Translate into a different language

Saturday, June 06, 2015

Live Online Course: Sketching and Prototyping Design for Instructional Designers

Here is one of the things that many instructional designers wish someone had told them about is how to create learning interactions for eLearning.

Held in our virtual classroom, this two-session mini-course is designed for instructional designers who are responsible for creating learning interactions for eLearning.

Register Now

Course Description: 
Sketching is a fast and inexpensive way to communicate design ideas, facilitate collaboration, and brainstorm concepts for interactive, instructional treatments. Prototypes take sketches a step further. They challenge you to answer the question “Why wouldn’t we do this?”

Both sketches and prototypes help you communicate concepts that words often fail to adequately describe. They demonstrate interactivity, helping explain the response to learner involvement. When you sketch and prototype as part of your instructional design process, you will need to let go of your perfectionistic tendencies. You must be willing to accept, and embrace, failure. And, most importantly, you need to be able to throw away a design idea and start from scratch.

Course Objectives: 
In this course, you will:
  • Explore the purpose and importance of both sketching and prototyping
  • Receive tips on creating the perfectly imperfect prototype
  • Create your own prototype in the tool of your choice
Who Should Attend: 
The course is designed for instructional designers who want to explore the purpose and importance of both sketching and prototyping, receive tips on creating the perfectly imperfect prototype, and have an opportunity to create your own prototype in the tool of your choice!
Register Now


If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my Email Updates!

0 comments: