Produced by The Digital Media & Learning Research Hub
Affiliated with the University of California's systemwide
Humanities Research Institute
The MacArthur Foundation
The resurgence of learning engineering as a concept and professional role in higher education has exacerbated tensions within the field of instructional design related to job titles, responsibilities, and position within academic institutions.
It’s easy to make a list of things one needs to know and create courses focused on that information. That’s why we have a lot of click and read content. However, knowing information and understanding the information are two different things. Most e-learning is designed to present information through a series of screens. Then the […]
We spend hours building courses that look great and have rich interactive elements, but often we’re missing the key component to an effective course: tapping into the learner’s motivation. When you frame the e-learning content into a meaningful context, you’ll not only tap into the motivation of the learner, but there’s also a good chance […]