Gain experience for good. Learn by doing as you pay it forward in our new instructional evaluation course.
Designers for Learning’s brand new 6-week instructional evaluation course is enrolling now. From March 20 – April 30, 2017, you will learn by doing in our latest free project-based service course hosted on Canvas Network. Build your portfolio as you complete a real-world authentic instructional design challenge to evaluate and revise open educational resources designed in our prior instructional design courses.
- To enroll: Enroll on Canvas Network
- Cost: Free
- Prerequisites: None
- Required resource purchases: None
- For more information: Frequently Asked Questions
What is the course focus and time commitment?
In this 6-week service course, gain both instructional evaluation and design experience as you evaluate, adapt, and redesign instructional materials from our growing roster of open educational resources on OER Commons specifically created for adult learners with low math and literacy skills. In addition, expand your professional network during an optional hands-on live “Design Slam” event on Saturday, April 15th. During the online Design Slam, participants will share and compare their evaluation findings and design adaptations with volunteer facilitator support. Plan to devote a minimum of 24 hours to the course (at least four hours per week from March 20 – April 30).
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Most of our 3,300+ prior participants heard about our free instructional design courses through word-of-mouth. Please join us in 2017 to positively impact adult basic education by enrolling and sharing this announcement with your network. Thank you!
Dr. Jennifer Maddrell
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