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Another ID model

Another ID model to consider is the Dick, Carey, and Carey model. Like ADDIE, instruction is broken down into segments. Identify Instructional Goals Conduct Instructional Analysis Analyze Learners and Contexts Write Performance Objectives Develop Assessment Instruments Develop Instructional Strategy Develop … Continue reading

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Evaluation of Learning Objects (Usability)

People will adopt LOs if they are seen easy to use and useful (Lau & Woods, 2009).  Ideally there should be formative and summative evaluation at each stage.  There are several ways to evaluate the functionality.  Some of these methods … Continue reading

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Instructional Design Theory for Learning Objects: ADDIE

For a learning object to transmit learning, instructional design must be utilized (Wiley, 2002). There are many instructional design (ID) that can be applied to learning objects.  One is ADDIE (seen below) Using ADDIE for LOs does not differ greatly … Continue reading

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