This course is designed to prepare you with basic theoretical foundations and practical experiences of instructional design, specifically in elearning fields

Designed For
Workforce trainers, instructors, teachers, and anyone who wants to gain comprehensive skills in designing, developing and evaluating asynchronous, synchronous, or hybrid/blended elearning materials.
Dates
Fall 2017 - dates coming soon!
Delivery
This is an instructor facilitated asynchronous online course and carries an expectation of 4 hours of work per week over 6 weeks.
Cost
$450
Units
Participants can receive 24 Professional Development Units (PDUs) or 2.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) as well as a Digital Badge upon completion of this course. Please note: These are non-academic credit education units for use in job promotions or documenting professional development. These units do not count as academic credit towards degrees or college coursework at OSU.
Format
This is an instructor facilitated asynchronous online course and carries an expectation of 4 hours of work per week over 6 weeks.

This course is designed for workforce trainers, instructors, teachers, and anyone who wants to gain comprehensive skills in designing, developing and evaluating asynchronous, synchronous, or hybrid/blended eLearning materials. This course will prepare you to design online and blended instructional programs, materials, or trainings. We will cover analyzing learners’ needs, designing and developing elearning events to meet those needs, and creating effective assessment methods for learning.

  • Sindy Peng

    Instructor Sindy Peng

    Dr. Hsinyi (Sindy) Peng is an experienced researcher and an instructor in developing and analyzing E-learning processes and outcomes, especially in high schools and pre-service/in-service teacher training. She received her Ph.D. degree in Information Science and Learning Technologies from the University of Missouri. She served as an assistant professor at the Institute of Education/Center for Teacher Education of National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan (2004-2007) before her re-location to the United States. As an instructional designer, she is currently involved in the online curriculum design, development, and evaluation of the “Internet Safety” Program and the “Research Ethics” Program for college-level learners. Her works have been published in peer reviewed journals such as Computers & Education, Computers in Human Behaviors, Educational Studies, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, Educational Technology and Society, and Journal of Technology and Teacher Education.