Technology Enhanced Learning – eLearning Build Project

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Author(s): Ash Patel
Affiliation: Seneca College

Level: 3rd year Honours B.Comm


Learning Outcomes

  • Evaluate and use appropriate technology and course structure to achieve learning goals.
  • Set instructional objectives and match them to instructional approaches and taxonomies.
  • Utilize technology to create instructional techniques that promote involvement and interaction in an e-learning environment.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to the principles of adult education and andra/pedagogical principles in the design of an e-learning program including elements of accessibility and universal instructional design.
  • Imagine, create, design, and build appropriate rich media tools to incorporate into an eLearning solution.

Summary

This experiential and authentic project engages students in the processes, techniques, tools and creativity related to building meaningful digital learning products. The main eLearning project is an exciting opportunity to envision, design and develop a complete learning package. The use of various eLearning resources, together with meaningful content will be used to deliver communication to an audience.

Students are given instruction on how to use various digital learning tools and asked to develop a framework within which to use them. Periodic project milestone reports, including detailed outlines of how the team is working together, are required. A process of continual feedback is used to lead student teams to a quality finished product.

The project is graded based on a defined rubric, including evaluation of technical and fundamental elements.

 

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Citation:
Patel, A. (2022). Technology Enhanced Learning – eLearning Build Project. In Seneca College, Durham College, Algonquin College, University of Ottawa (Eds.), Rethinking Assessment Strategies for Online Learning – Exemplar Collection. Open Library. Retrieved [month] [day], [year], from https://ecampusontario.pressbooks.pub/rethinkingassessmentexemplarcollection/

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