Instructional Design for ELearning: Essential guide to creating successful eLearning courses is a powerful yet concise how-to resource to instructional design for eLearning, and a key tool for aspiring, new, and experienced instructional designers. If you need a basic understanding of what instructional design for eLearning is, this book is for you. The text includes comprehensive tables, questionnaires, checklists, templates, and other helpful visuals. In the Instructional Design for ELearning, you will discover how to apply the key principles behind creating engaging materials that enable your audience to both gain and retain the knowledge and skills they are being taught.
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About the Author
Marina Arshavskiy is the owner of Your eLearning World, an eLearning company committed to helping organizations become more effective by creating groundbreaking, result-oriented learning solutions. Marina has consulted extensively with private organizations and government entities, both in the United States and abroad. Her course designs have won multiple awards and have helped take organizations to the next level. Marina has been passionately involved in instructional design and eLearning for nearly a decade, and is also the author of an extremely insightful book on the subject, "Instructional Design for ELearning: Essential guide to creating successful eLearning courses". Marina's major area of expertise is design of innovative eLearning courses that bring results and improve performance.
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Reviewed by Suzanne Cowles for Readers' Favorite Instructional Design for E-Learning: Essential Guide to Creating Successful E-Learning Courses by Marina Arshavskiy is an informative how-to manual for creating ISD (Instructional Systems Design) classes. Divided into four easy to follow sections, the concise guide combines theoretical and practical knowledge, skills, tools and exercises for developing effective courses. Arshavskiy demonstrates her own professional experience in a handy desk reference for beginners to the advanced. She does this by merging art and science, concentrating on “the how” and giving solid advice for best practices. Anyone that needs to design an e-Learning course will find the advice useful. Each detailed chapter explores introductory theories, the industry history, models, learning styles and objectives, memory, the nine events of instruction, creating a design document, storyboards, scripts, quality assurance, implementation, evaluation and assessments. Combining a variety of methods to make the lessons interactive, dynamic and fun while incorporating technology and multimedia so students retain the knowledge and perform better on the job is the hallmark of this book. Moreover, if all that was not enough information, there is more. Arshavskiy discusses the importance of planning, how to divide content into twenty-minute lessons, how to organize the materials and how to present the course. Following this approach, each class will be unique. Even though I am not an instructor, I found this educational book to be very engaging and interesting. As it is laid out in a logical sequence, I really think I could create a professional development class for my company now. Thanks to Instructional Design for E-Learning: Essential Guide to Creating Successful E-Learning Courses by Marina Arshavskiy, I now have the tools and confidence to do so. I especially loved the part about incorporating games, videos and audio into a storyboard to make learning enjoyable. This is recommended for anyone in the field of learning and development of Internet-based classes or just the hobbyist doing a website podcast.