A Practitioner's Guide to Instructional Design in Higher Education
The purpose of this book is to provide guidelines and best practices for how to lead instructional design efforts in higher education. The audience for this book are instructional designers and technologists working at 2-year and 4+ year degree institutions. This book provides instructional designers and technologists with templates, suggestions for best practices, and ways that they can leverage instructional design to support learning.
The Competencies for Instructional Designers in Higher EducationRitzhaupt, A. D., Kumar, S., & Martin, F.
Managing Instructional Design Projects in Higher EducationLeung, J., Lachheb, A., Abramenka-Lachheb, V., & Seo, G. Z.
Learning Analytics as a Tool for Improvement and Reflection on Instructional Design PracticesPhillips, T., Lachheb, A., Sankaranarayanan, R., & Abramenka-Lachheb, V.
Citation, , , & (2021). A Practitioner's Guide to Instructional Design in Higher Education. EdTech Books. https://edtechnica.org/id_highered
Copyrighted: This work is copyrighted by the original author or publisher with all rights reserved. You are permitted to access the work here, but for additional permissions, please contact the original author or publisher.