Learning design is the intentional and deliberate planning of your learning experience to ensure that you create a course that is valuable to your learners, gets them the knowledge and skills they require, and is an engaging and enriching experience.
This video (5:41) will give you a brief introduction to learning design.
- What Makes an Online Course Remarkable? Part 1: Course Design Recommendations from ASU Faculty
- Best Practices for Teaching Online
- 9 Ways to Make Your Course Easier to Navigate
- Review and make a copy of this Course Alignment Tool to use as you plan your course. Special thanks to ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts for sharing this valuable resource.
- Write your course and unit learning objectives and add them to your Course Alignment Tool from above. Use the Learning Objectives Builder to help with this.
- Use a course design checklist like the one we’ve developed while designing and developing your online course experience. Note that there are ASU Online specific references and resources on this document, but the Course Development Checklist and the Best Practices for Teaching Online.
Join the Conversation:
- Join this community of faculty, learning designers and others that are discussing the topic of learning design. Pose questions, engage in dialogue, contribute resources or share your experiences with colleagues. These are our community guidelines.
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