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Module 4: Evaluation of Design Efficacy is a Course

Module 4: Evaluation of Design Efficacy

Jan 23, 2023 - Mar 6, 2023

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Full course description

January 23rd - March 5th, 2023 | Fully Online Module

Module Objective:

Study the process of design evaluation and iteration using common criteria and rubrics (such as OSCQR, Quality Matters, and OLC) to assess the efficacy of digital learning design.

Program Description:

The seven-month program consists of four five-week modules and a real-world capstone project that aligns with your professional goals. You’ll end up with an impressive portfolio of work to show potential employers.

Timeline and Requirements:

The module will take place from January 23rd - March 5th, 2023. Work will primarily be asynchronous, with one live session per module with your facilitator and your cohort.

Fees & Policies:

Payment is due by credit card at registration. This module can only be taken as part of the Foundational Certificate: Instructional Design For Learning. Registration closes September 12th at 5pm. Refunds will be granted only up until registration closes at 5pm on September 12th. No refunds will be granted for registration or technical errors on the participant's part (such as incorrect name/email, login failure, etc.).

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Presenter:

Aria Hemphill has been working in corporate Learning & Development for 10 years across a variety of sectors including, hospitality, technology, and human resources. She enjoys partnering with stakeholders to design programs that drive business results. She is a huge fan of doing job shadows whenever possible to understand her learners and has a penchant for using good ol' fashion pen and paper during the initial design process. When it comes to analyzing program performance, Aria looks beyond learner reactions and dives into operational metrics to gauge impact.