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Joni Dunlap

Instructional-Design-Live #11 Online Problem Based Learning with Maggi Savin Baden


29:37 minutes (13.56 MB)

This week, we were joined by Maggi Savin Baden, professor of Higher Education Research at Coventry University in the UK. She has been investigating problem based learning for a number of years and is currently pursuing research into applications within Second Life.

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Instructional-Design-Live #10 Investigating Community and Interaction in Online Courses


33:48 minutes (15.47 MB)

This week, Jennifer Maddrell discusses the focus for her dissertation work: the Community of Inquiry framework: http://communitiesofinquiry.com/. Her primary research question focusses on whether there is a relationship between learner's perceptions of "community" and actual learning outcomes as identified by grades, papers, tests, etc. The discussion took a very practical turn as we sought to identify particular strategies that may be used by instructors to develop community within online courses.

Instructional-Design-Live-2-2010-1-22


35:53 minutes (16.43 MB)

This week Cammy Bean interviewed Robert Squires about how he became involved in Instructional Design as well as current design projects.

Texts mentioned in the discussion:

Mark Pegrum: From Blogs to Bombs

Brinck, Gergle and Wood: Designing Websites that Work: Usability for the Web

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Instructional-Design-Live#1 2010-01-15


33:04 minutes (15.14 MB)

This week we spoke with Mary Engstrom, Associate Director of Extended Learning Services, about plans for a revised program for supporting faculty developing online courses at The University of Montana. The proposed plan is available at: http://instructionaldesigning.org/content/draft-faculty-development-process. Please feel free to comment.

Due to a few technical difficulties, we didn't get too far into the Bridget Arend article, http://www.thejeo.com/Archives/Volume6Number1/Arendpaper.pdf. However, Mary gives a nice overview of the key points, and we have tabled the 'discussion on discussions' for an upcoming session. Some good notes included in the chat transcript a little later on.

Instructional Design Live #0 2010-01-08


35:10 minutes (16.09 MB)

Show 0 of Instructional Design Live. The co-presenters introduce themsleves and discuss their non-prescriptive ideas about what Instructional Design means. Further commentary available at: http://learningvisions.blogspot.com/2010/01/recap-of-instructional-design-live.html

Further discussion at http://www.instructionaldesigning.org 

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