AIL 602 Introduction
Carolyn Jo Starkey
Assistant Professor, Library Education Media
Alabama State University
Copyright 2008-2009 Carolyn Jo Starkey
AIL 602
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Course Description:

This course is designed to develop basic knowledge
and skills for electronic instructional design --
analysis, design, production, evaluation, and revision
-- for specific electronic projects.

Course Objectives and Student Outcomes:

  • Develop basic knowledge and skills for the
    instructional systems development role in
    educational technology.
  • Develop knowledge and skills that are critical to
    success in analysis, design, production, and
    evaluation of electronic instruction.
  • Demonstrate understanding of instructional
    systems development.
  • Analyze performance problems to determine
    the need for instruction.
  • Analyze necessary inputs (characteristics of
    learners, learning environments and learning
    tasks) for making instructional design decisions.
  • Specify appropriate objectives and measures
    for given learning tasks and learners.
  • Select appropriate instructional strategies and
    formats.
  • Design and develop course outlines and small
    lessons.
  • Create effective media and message design.
  • Produce quality instruction for a variety of
    media.
AIL 602
Introduction