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  1. 1. MARIE SMITH WILLIAM SODASHANNON WEST Kaplan University DR. GWENDOLYN DOOLEY FEBRUARY 27, 2013
  2. 2. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND INFORMATIONAL MANAGEMENT Charlie StocktonProject ManagerInstructional Design and Information Management LMS Susie Wells Human ResourcesLitmos Instructional DesignerDepartmentTraining Dep. Finance Dep. Paul PettiesCurriculum $500,000Graphic Designer Developer
  3. 3. MANAGEMENT Externally
  4. 4. EXTERNAL SYSTEM MANAGEMENT The system will be managed externally by the courseinstructor and instructional designer. After the course isdesigned, the instructor will manage the tools and theinstructional designer will assist where there are issues thatarise with the course design. The basic foundation for the course is designed internally byLitmos but instructional materials and day-to-day managementof the course materials and analytics will be managed by theinstructional designer and the instructor.
  5. 5. INTERNAL InfrastructureManagement
  6. 6. SYSTEM DESIGN AND ACCESS The Instructional Designer will start with the toolsprovided in Litmos and add presentations, audio and videoto enhance the course. Both the instructional designerand the instructor will have access to system design tools.
  7. 7. INTERNAL OPERATIONAL PROCESSLitmosA Main PageB Discussion Boards GradebookC Analytics AssessmentsAnalytics and Feedback
  8. 8. TOOLS FORCLASSESPowerPointSlideShareAudioYouTube
  9. 9. ADD A NEW MODULE TO A COURSE
  10. 10. HOW WOULD EACHOPERATIONPROCESS BE DESIGNED
  11. 11. FINANCIAL COORDINATION Directorate of Charlie Stockton Budgeting Accountant Current employee of Training Will coordinate employee payroll to HumanResources, equipment costs; will see ifequipment is available from Training Co. ordirect purchase items, and maintain Litmospackage LMS expensesoordinate employee payroll to Human o.
  12. 12. HOW WILL THENEW LEADERLAUNCH THE LMSLaunching of the LMS
  13. 13. LMS LAUNCH
  14. 14. ADD MATERIAL & REVIEW Instructional Designer adds materials andmulti-media Instructor reviews the course and providesfeedback to the instructional designer
  15. 15. EVALUATE The Instructional Designer will test eachpage in the course. The instructor will test the course forfunctionality and user-friendliness.
  16. 16. ENROLLMENT Students will enroll in the course The instructor will set up discussions, gradebook and assessments
  17. 17. BASED ON COURSE OUTCOMES Evaluate, (Willis, 1994) understand thelearners characteristics Review (Dick et al.,2009) what is essentialcontent, and media selection. Evaluate the entire learning experienceinsure content leads to the desired outcomes
  18. 18. DESIGNHow will Litmos Look to our Students
  19. 19. HELP LEARNERS UNDERSTAND THE CONTEXT OFTHE LEARNING EXPERIENCE Morrison, Ross & Kemp (2004) refer to three types ofcontext Orienting ContextStudents reason for being in a course Instructional ContextThe learning environment, and scheduling Transfer ContextStudents will value information if they perceive itis useful for work and school applications
  20. 20. REFERENCESDick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic design of instruction (7th ed.). New York:Longman.E-learning 24/7.(2013).Retrieved from http://elearninfo247.com/product-reviews/litmos-lms-top-5-pick. Lang mead, S. (February 26,2013). Social media in higher education: Pros, cons and overallimpact. eSchoolMedia & eCampus News. Retrieved from http://ecampusnews.com.Litmos.(n.d).Retrieved from http://litmos.com.Morrison, G., Ross S., & Kemp, J. (2004). Designing effective instruction. (4 th ed.). New York:JohnWiley and Sons.Roytek, M.A. (2010). Enhancing instructional design efficiency: Methodologies employed by instructional designers. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 41(2),170-180. d0i: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2008..00902.xSimonson, M., Smaldino, S. Albright, M. & Zvacek, S(2012).Teaching and Learning at a Distance: Foundations of Distance Education (5th ed.). Boston,MA:Pearson.Willis, B. (1994). Distance Education: Strategies and tools. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: EducationalTechnology Publications.