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Module 3: Facilitating the Instructional Design Process is a Course

Module 3: Facilitating the Instructional Design Process

Apr 17, 2023 - May 29, 2023

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Full course description

April 24th - May 26th 2023 | Fully Online Module

Module Objective:

Learn to facilitate the design process, including design thinking, stakeholder management, supporting diverse stakeholders, and the project life cycle.

Program Description:

The Foundational Certificate in Instructional Design for Learning aims to develop individuals with skills and knowledge to step into the field as instructional designers. The non-credit micro-credentials are meant to serve as rigorous, skill-based, and applied offerings taught by practitioners in the field over five to six months. Certificate students will develop workforce-ready instructional design skills through the development of a portfolio that demonstrates their newfound skills and competency.

Timeline and Requirements:

The module will take place from April 24th - May 26th 2022. 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 January 22nd at 5pm. Refunds will be granted only up until registration closes at 5pm on Janurary 22nd. 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:

Brian Salerno is the Executive Director of the Center for Digital Innovation in Learning (CDIL) at Boston College. Having spent two decades in the field of learning design in higher education, he has been involved in the planning, design, development, and launch of dozens of online and hybrid programs as well as formed and managed teams of learning designers and technologists. Brian has developed significant expertise in the areas of instructional and multimedia design, educational technology, faculty development, online program management, and digital innovation in teaching and learning.