Accessible Instructional Design

Editor: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1785602888
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This volume will examine issues of accessibility and how designers can improve the quality of educational materials by embedding supports that anticipate the special learning needs of diverse learners.

Universal Access Through Inclusive Instructional Design

Author: Susie L. Gronseth
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429788215
File Size: 21,10 MB
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Universal Access Through Inclusive Instructional Design explores the ways that educators around the world reduce barriers for students with disabilities and other challenges by planning and implementing accessible, equitable, high-quality curricula. Incorporating key frameworks such as Universal Design for Learning, these dynamic contributions highlight essential supports for flexibility in student engagement, representation of content, and learner action and expression. This comprehensive resource—rich with coverage of foundations, policies, technology applications, accessibility challenges, case studies, and more—leads the way to design and delivery of instruction that meets the needs of learners in varying contexts, from early childhood through adulthood.

Creating Accessible Online Instruction Using Universal Design Principles

Author: Brady Lund
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1538139200
File Size: 25,78 MB
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What is accessibility? Who needs it? Often, accessibility is defined narrowly, with emphasis on physical limitations. Accessibility needs, however, come in many forms, from vision and hearing impairment, to developmental disorders like Autism, to psychiatric conditions like anxiety, depression, ADHD, and PTSD. Unfortunately, accessibility does not come with a simple set of checkboxes. It is a philosophy and practice that embraces social, physical, and informational elements. Universal design does not come in the form of a quick and easy guide. It is a philosophy. To implement it completely requires more than just screen readers and video captions. Creating Accessible Online Instruction Using Universal Design Principles introduces the need for accessibility in online education and library services and the framework of universal design for learning. It takes a scoping, rather than a purely technical, approach. It will help you not only o create accessible content, but with how to communicate with students in an accessible manner. This LITA Guide covers: accessibility law, Universal Design for Learning and Web Content Accessibility guidelines, and communication and educational research and theory. The content is interspersed with practical examples and case studies.

Designing Accessible Learning Content

Author: Susi Miller
ISBN: 9781789668056
File Size: 54,85 MB
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Use this guide to understand how to design inclusive and accessible learning content that works for everyone.

Making Online Teaching Accessible

Author: Norman Coombs
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470892442
File Size: 52,20 MB
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Making Online Teaching Accessible offers online teachers, instructional designers, and content developers a comprehensive resource for designing online courses and delivering course content that is accessible for all students including those with visual and audio disabilities. Grounded in the theories of learner-centered teaching and successful course design, Making Online Teaching Accessible outlines the key legislation, decisions, and guidelines that govern online learning. The book also demystifies assistive technologies and includes step-by-step guidance for creating accessible online content using popular programs like Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat, as well as multimedia tools. Including a wealth of helpful tips and suggestions for effectively communicating with disabled students, the book contains practical advice on purchasing accessible course management systems, developing solutions for inaccessibility issues, and creating training materials for faculty and staff to make online learning truly accessible. "This valuable how-to book is a critical tool for all instructional designers and faculty who teach online. Coombs' many years as a pioneer of online teaching show in his deep knowledge of the principles that can allow the reader to apply these lessons to any learning management system (LMS)." —Sally M. Johnstone, provost and vice president academic affairs, Winona State University, Minnesota; former executive director of WCET at WICHE "As more and more of our social and professional lives come to be mediated by technology, online accessibility is a fundamental right, not a luxury. This book is a must-read for anyone concerned with maximizing access to learning." —Richard N. Katz, former vice president and founding director, EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research "This valuable book reflects Coombs' unique experience and commitment to the best teaching, learning, and accessibility options for all kinds of students and teachers." —Steven W. Gilbert, founder and president, The TLT Group-Teaching, Learning, and Technology Group

Mastering The Instructional Design Process

Author: William J. Rothwell
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118947134
File Size: 77,70 MB
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A comprehensive framework for effective real-world instructional design Mastering the Instructional Design Process provides step-by-step guidance on the design and development of an engaging, effective training program. The focus on core competencies of instructional system design helps you develop your skills in a way that's immediately applicable to real-world settings, and this newly updated fifth edition has been revised to reflect the new IBSTPI Competencies and Standards for Instructional Design. With a solid foundation of researched and validated standards, this invaluable guide provides useful insight and a flexible framework for approaching instructional design from a practical perspective. Coverage includes the full range of design considerations concerning the learners, objectives, setting, and more, and ancillaries include design templates, PowerPoint slides, lecture notes, and a test bank help you bring these competencies to the classroom. Instructional design is always evolving, and new trends are emerging to meet the ever-changing needs of learners and exploit the newest tools at our disposal. This book brings together the latest developments and the most effective best practices to give you a foolproof framework for successfully managing instructional design projects. Detect and solve human performance problems Analyze needs, learners, work settings, and work Establish performance objectives and measurements Deliver effective instruction in a variety of scenarios Effective training programs don't just happen. Instructional design is a complex field, and practitioners must be skilled in very specific areas to deliver a training program that engages learners and makes the learning 'stick.' Mastering the Instructional Design Process is a comprehensive handbook for developing the skillset that facilitates positive training outcomes.

Instructional Design

Author: Leslie J. Briggs
Editor: Educational Technology
ISBN: 9780877782308
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Priniples of instructional design; Applications and illustrations.

Instructional Design For Teachers

Author: Alison A. Carr-Chellman
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136940138
File Size: 16,80 MB
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Good instructional design is the key to great instruction. Instructional Design for Teachers focuses on the instructional design process specifically for k-12 teachers. This book introduces a new, common-sense model of instructional design (ID) to take K-12 teachers through the ID process step-by-step, with a special emphasis on preparing, motivating, and encouraging new and ongoing use of ID principles. Each chapter contains framing questions, common errors, easy-to-use rules of thumb, clearly stated outcomes, and examples to show ID in action. The basic model and its application within constructivism and user design will help teachers adapt from a behavioral approach to a more open, student-centered design approach. Combining basics with strategies to implement this model in the most advanced instructional approaches, this book empowers teachers and learners to use good ID with the most recent research-based approaches to learning. Instructional Design for Teachers shows how instructional design principles can impact instructional moments in positive and practical ways. It is perfect for basic ID courses and introductory curriculum courses, and will be easily accessible to in-service as well as pre-service teachers.

Instructional Design For Web Based Training

Author: Kerri Conrad
Editor: Human Resource Development
ISBN: 9780874255423
File Size: 46,91 MB
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This book blends instructional design and development tasks with Web design issues to outline a methodology for creating effective Web-based training (WBT). Each chapter addresses key implications relating to: the WBT project team, target learners, training goals, and technical possibilities from planning through implementation. This book is a detailed how-to primer that integrates fundamental principles with the nuts and bolts of WBT development.

Introduction To Systematic Instructional Design For Traditional Online And Blended Environments Enhanced Pearson Etext Access Card

Author: M. D. Roblyer
Editor: Pearson
ISBN: 9780133827682
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NOTE: Used books, rentals, and purchases made outside of Pearson If purchasing or renting from companies other than Pearson, the access codes for the Enhanced Pearson eText may not be included, may be incorrect, or may be previously redeemed. Check with the seller before completing your purchase. This access code card provides access to the new Enhanced Pearson eText Introduction to Systematic Instructional Design for Traditional, Online, and Blended Environmentsprovides an accessible introduction for instructional design novices. The book updates traditional, ADDIE-based approaches (named for the five-step Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation sequence) to make them relevant for designing today's in-person, multimedia, and distance learning environments. The book's features reflect characteristics that make it uniquely useful among other texts on the topic in that it supports instructional design novices, updates design to address new technologies, illustrates design for online and blended learning environments, and asks that students create their own instructional design projects as they move through the text. The Enhanced Pearson eText features embedded audio, Check Your Understanding exercises, and interactive quizzes. Improve mastery and retention with the Enhanced Pearson eText* This access code card provides access to the new Enhanced Pearson eText, a rich, interactive learning environment designed to improve student mastery of content. The Enhanced Pearson eText is: Engaging. The new interactive, multimedia learning features were developed by the authors and other subject-matter experts to deepen and enrich the learning experience. Convenient. Enjoy instant online access from your computer or download the Pearson eText App to read on or offline on your iPad® and Android® tablet.* Affordable. Experience the advantages of the Enhanced Pearson eText along with all the benefits of print for 40% to 65% less than a print bound book. *The Enhanced eText features are only available in the Pearson eText format. They are not available in third-party eTexts or downloads. *The Pearson eText App is available on Google Play and in the App Store. It requires Android OS 3.1-4, a 7” or 10” tablet, or iPad iOS 5.0 or later.

Instructional Design Theories And Models An Overview Of Their Current Status

Author: Charles M. Reigeluth
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0898592755
File Size: 39,54 MB
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Instructional Design Theories and Models is a thorough yet concise overview of eight of the most comprehensive and best-known attempts to integrate knowledge about effective and appealing instruction. Chapters were written by the original theorists to provide a more accurate and behind-the-scenes look at the theories' development. Instructional Design Theories and Models will provide educators, researchers, and students with: * easy access to a broad range of integrated prescriptions for improving the quality of instruction * chapters facilitating analysis, understanding, and evaluation of the theories * editors' notes, chapter forewords, and a commentary chapter that identify similarities and differences among the instructional theories * introductory chapters that provide guidance for developing a common knowledge base of integrated prescriptions

Wired Together Perspectives And Instructional Design

Author: Zane L. Berge
Editor: Hampton Press (NJ)
ISBN: 9781572730861
File Size: 14,17 MB
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This volume is part of a series which focuses on educational problems and opportunities that are solved or enhanced using computer-mediated communication. Policies, issues and teacher education are also addressed as they relate to CMC in the classroom.

Handbook Of Design In Educational Technology

Author: Rosemary Luckin
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135118957
File Size: 38,53 MB
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The Handbook of Design in Educational Technology provides up-to-date, comprehensive summaries and syntheses of recent research pertinent to the design of information and communication technologies to support learning. Readers can turn to this handbook for expert advice about each stage in the process of designing systems for use in educational settings; from theoretical foundations to the challenges of implementation, the process of evaluating the impact of the design and the manner in which it might be further developed and disseminated. The volume is organized into the following four sections: Theory, Design, Implementation, and Evaluation. The more than forty chapters reflect the international and interdisciplinary nature of the educational technology design research field.

Designing Section 508 Compliant Learning

Author: Maureen Orey
Editor: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1947308475
File Size: 44,44 MB
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As a learning professional, you want to make sure your courses are accessible to all your learners. Plus, for professionals working with the U.S. government, accommodating learners with disabilities is the law. In “Designing Section 508 Compliant Learning,” Maureen Orey explains the legal requirements for accessible learning and outlines how you can use universal design principles to develop courses that employees with disabilities can use. This issue of TD at Work includes: · a brief history of U.S. disability laws · steps for assessing your current programs for compliance · strategies for making learning accessible in face-to-face and online environments · a compliance action plan template.

The Essentials Of Instructional Design

Author: Abbie H. Brown
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317633156
File Size: 30,54 MB
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The Essentials of Instructional Design, 3rd Edition introduces the essential elements of instructional design (ID) to students who are new to ID. The key procedures within the ID process—learner analysis, task analysis, needs analysis, developing goals and objectives, organizing instruction, developing instructional activities, assessing learner achievement and evaluating the success of the instructional design—are covered in complete chapters that describe and provide examples of how the procedure is accomplished using the best known instructional design models. Unlike most other ID books, The Essentials of Instructional Design provides an overview of the principles and practice of ID without placing emphasis on any one ID model. Offering the voices of instructional designers from a number of professional settings and providing real-life examples from across sectors, students learn how professional organizations put the various ID processes into practice. This introductory textbook provides students with the information they need to make informed decisions as they design and develop instruction, offering them a variety of possible approaches for each step in the ID process and clearly explaining the strengths and challenges associated with each approach.

Automating Instructional Design

Author: J. Michael Spector
Editor: Educational Technology
ISBN: 9780877782599
File Size: 44,42 MB
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Instructional Design For Multimedia Learning

Author: Allemagne European association for research on learning and instruction Special interest group 6 Instructional design International workshop 5 Erfurt
Editor: Waxmann Verlag
ISBN: 9783830963844
File Size: 12,28 MB
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Since Instructional Design (ID) has been an established discipline in European countries such as the Netherlands, Belgium or the United Kingdom for more than 20 years, it seems only natural that it is getting more and more important in the German-speaking countries as well. In order to produce efficient learning environments for multimedia learning, systematic planning is necessary. At this point, Instructional Design - based on the ideas Robert M. Gagné developed more than fifty years ago - seems to offer interesting solutions. The process of designing and developing such environments includes strategic decisions concerning the technical base or the overall pedagogical orientation and ending in the choice between fonts and colours. ID is also concerned with methods and tools to support design activities, organizational aspects, the competencies and attitudes of the designers, variables of the context, problems of the dissemination and implementation of new educational procedures as well as the questions raised by the efforts to evaluate different aspects of e-learning in all its variants. The contributions to the 5th International Workshop of the SIG 6 "Instructional Design" of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) in Erfurt in 2002 compiled in this volume try to offer some solutions and raise new questions. A lot more empirical research remains to be done and there is still a lack of new theoretical models. This research gap offers a chance to new colleagues, especially from countries not yet represented in the scientific community of ID, to contribute their ideas.

Uxd And Ucd Approaches For Accessible Education

Author: Mendoza-González, Ricardo
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 179982327X
File Size: 70,18 MB
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It is widely agreed throughout the world that education and access to education are human rights. In order to accommodate the educational needs of people globally, technology will be required that supports inclusion and promotes equity for both learning processes and governance in educational institutions. In order to achieve this, technological resources must be designed to be accessible and usable for all individuals by implementing user-centered design (UCD) and user experience design (UXD) processes. UXD and UCD Approaches for Accessible Education is an academic research publication that explores thoughts and experiences on accessible and equitable education from perspectives on human-computer interaction, user research, and design thinking. It seeks to improve the understanding on how technology should be designed to truly contribute to and support accessibility and equity in education. Featuring a wide range of topics such as online courses, inclusive education, and virtual reality, this publication is essential for academicians, curriculum designers, researchers, instructional designers, educational software developers, IT consultants, policymakers, administrators, and students.

Principles Of Instructional Design

Author: Robert Mills Gagné
Editor: Wadsworth Publishing Company
File Size: 59,55 MB
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This textbook begins with an overview of instructional systems, then details the basic processes of learning and instruction. Chapters concentrate on topics like outcomes, varieties of learning, the learner, performance objectives, instructional sequences, technology-affordances, performance assessment, group learning environments, on-line learning.

Instructional Design For Learning

Author: Norbert M. Seel
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9463009418
File Size: 65,74 MB
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This textbook on Instructional Design for Learning is a must for all education and teaching students and specialists. It provides a comprehensive overview about the theoretical foundations of the various models of Instructional Design and Technology from its very beginning to the most recent approaches. It elaborates Instructional Design (ID) as a science of educational planning. The book expands on this general understanding of ID and presents an up-to-date perspective on the theories and models for the creation of detailed and precise blueprints for effective instruction. It integrates different theoretical aspects and practical approaches, such as conceptual ID models, technology-based ID, and research-based ID. In doing so, this book takes a multi-perspective view on the questions that are central for professional ID: How to analyze the relevant characteristics of the learner and the environment? How to create precise goals and adequate instruments of assessment? How to design classroom and technology-supported learning environments? How to ensure effective teaching and learning by employing formative and summative evaluation? Furthermore, this book presents empirical findings on the processes that enable effective instructional designing. Finally, this book demonstrates two different fields of application by addressing ID for teaching and learning at secondary schools and colleges, as well as for higher education.