Do you want to make your classes and presentations more effective and engaging? Do you want to offer learning experiences that really matter? If so, then the NNLM MCR have a great session on instructional design (ID) to get you started with not one, not two, but three experts. ID is a model to help you determine why the training is needed, design your instructional strategy, develop materials, decide how the content will be delivered to learners, and determine if you met your expected results.
Participants will receive instruction on key elements that comprise the ID framework, practice those elements in problem-based virtual breakout groups, and then share the results with fellow virtual attendees.
INTENDED AUDIENCE: Anyone who currently, or in the future, will be developing or presenting training sessions, presentations, classes, or courses.
Lisha Bustos | Lead Instructional Designer
Office of Education
University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Christine T. Mousavi Cook, MA | eLearning & Instructional Design Professional
Center for Public Health Practice
Colorado School of Public Health
Michael Kazanjian, PhD, MA | Instructional Design Professional
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Mar 15, 2017
11:00AM - 12:00PM CT
Breezing Along with the RML is a monthly webinar provided by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Region. The presentations feature a variety of topics relevant to librarianship, health sciences, technology, research, and community outreach. We may also feature the accomplishments of Network members, and provide updates on MCR projects.
When: Held 3rd Wednesday, Monthly, 2pm MT / 3pm CT
Recorded classes are available on our YouTube playlist.