The aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge necessary and the skills required to create e-learning products, as well as to implement and evaluate e-learning solutions in support of NATO E & IT requirements.
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Given a set of parameters, the student will, as part of a project team, produce an e-learning project plan to be implemented during the course.
Instructional Systems Design:
Given a set of parameters, the student will, as part of a project team, apply the ADDIE model to their eLearning project.
Selecting eLearning Strategies:
Given a set of parameters, the student will, as part of a project team, apply eLearning strategy to their eLearning project.
Given a set of parameters, the student will, as part of a project team, prepare and develop eLearning content for their eLearning project.
Implement and Conduct eLearning:
Given a set of parameters, the student will, as part of a project team, develop strategies to conduct eLearning based on best-practices discussed in class.
As part of their e-Learning Project, the student will, as part of a project team, develop assessment strategies to conduct an evaluation on the developed eLearning course based on best practices discussed in class.
Military officers (OF-1 through OF-5) and NCOs (OR-3 through OR-9), or civilian equivalents, who are assigned to the NATO Command and Force Structures, NATO Education and Training Facilities (NETF), and those Centers of Excellence (COE), Partnership Training and Education Centers (PTEC), and National Training Institutions (NTI) that support E-Learning or ADL programs.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-3 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-5
This two-week course is comprised of six modules which build upon each other according to a systemic approach to eLearning development. Within each module, discrete steps in the process are first explained, demonstrated and then practiced by students at individual workstations. Conceptual work will be illustrated with in-class examples and exercises. Students will work as part of a team to deliver an e-learning project by the end of the course.
You are encouraged to complete the following ADL modules provided by the ACT LMS prior to attending the course.