ET202 Building a New Course? Not Without an Instructional Design Toolbox
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, March 17
eLearning Tools Stage
Have you ever started development on a project and realized that you have no clue where to start? Or maybe you have an idea of what you need, but don’t have the tools necessary to achieve what you want? In this session you will learn about tools that you can add to your instructional design toolkit. We will explore the topics of blueprinting, project and time management tools, templates for rubrics, and accessibility considerations, and you will walk out of the session with physical and digital copies of a number of tools.
Penn State University
Erin Long is a learning designer at Penn State University’s John A. Dutton e-Education Institute, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, where she supports the development of effective online and blended courses. She works collaboratively with faculty, subject matter experts, and staff to create course experiences that can be taught by different faculty or instructors, and that result in successful student learning outcomes. Erin maintains an in-depth understanding of adult learning theories and instructional design issues related to online teaching, learning, and reflection. She implements best practices in online education, develops project plans, and manages multiple projects and project teams. She regularly uses content management systems and social software to create new opportunities for teaching and learning with technology.
Manager of Learning Design & Communications
The Pennsylvania State University
Sing Wong is manager of learning design and solutions at the Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness. He manages a team of learning designers, production specialists, and developers to produce researched-based educational solutions to help improve the lives of United States military members and their families. His areas of expertise include instructional design, educational technology, faculty development, adult learning, student engagement, active learning, MOOCs, and the development of STEM-related courses. Sing has presented at various education conferences, including the OLC Accelerate, Learning Solutions, and Penn State's Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium.