Instructional designers don't make proper use of learning objectives; they use them in the design of courses, but seldom in the courses themselves. Even less often are learning objectives used to report or to tie learning to business goals. Many instructional designers do base their work on learning objectives, but they can make better use of them both in better reports to their managers and in facilitating their learners in a better way.

Participants in this session will learn how to connect learning to business goals (based on action mapping), translate business goals into learning objectives, design courses based on learning objectives, measure progress based on learning objectives, report on learning objective progress, and use learning objectives to individualize eLearning courses

In this session, you will learn:

  • How you can connect learning to business goals
  • How you can translate business goals in learning objectives
  • How you can design courses based on learning objectives
  • How to measure progress based on learning objectives
  • What the effect is of reporting on learning objectives
  • How you can use learning objectives to individualize eLearning courses

Audience:
Intermediate-to-advanced designers, developers, project managers, and managers who understand the process of designing and creating eLearning courses.

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