Learn the latest designs and concepts with the LX Design Certificate, which will help your own learners succeed

Designed For
Current educators looking to move their materials online. Individuals already knowledgeable in e-learning wanting to further develop and refine their skills. Informal educators working in museums, zoos or the outdoors who want to build digital learning environments. Graphic designers looking to move into the education field and apply their skills in this area.
Dates
Elements of Learning Experience Design
January 7 - February 17, 2019
UX/UI for Experience Design
February 25 - April 7, 2019
Lifelong Learning Engagement Strategies
April 15 - May 26, 2019
Advanced Tools and E-Learning Trends
June 3 - July 21, 2019
LXD Practicum: Applications in the Wild
July 29 - September 8, 2019
Delivery
Online
Cost
Full Certificate: $2,175
(+$60, registration fee)
$240 savings for full certificate!
Individual Course: $435
(+$60, registration fee, per course)
Length
Each course takes six weeks to complete (Advanced Tools and E-Learning Trends is seven weeks).
Plan for 3-8 hours of work per week.
Units
18 CEUs
180 PDUs

The online education space is thriving and reaching more students every year. E-learning provides an excellent opportunity for working parents taking classes in the evenings, international students looking for diverse education, or anyone who wants to navigate materials on their schedule and collaborate in an online environment. As educators creating these materials, we have an opportunity to create high-quality online learning experiences centered on the learner and utilizing the latest e-learning technologies.

Our Learning Experience Design (LXD) Certificate will help you develop your online educational experience using the latest designs that help the learner succeed.

Whether you’re a current educator looking to move your courses online, an informal educator (museums, outdoors, parks, etc.) wanting to broaden your audience, or are someone who is already invested in e-learning and is looking to hone your skills, you can benefit from the expert training and insight in this program. Click to learn more about what is learning experience design and view a glossary of LXD terms.

Why Study Learning Experience Design (LXD) and UX Design at Oregon State University?

Oregon State University is at the forefront of online education, and our renowned College of Education has been working with educators in Oregon and beyond for almost one hundred years. This program is built off of our popular E-Learning Instructional Design and Development Certificate and will allow you to develop next-level skills to advance your online education materials.

In this program you will:

  • Learn essential insights on LX Design and how it differs from other approaches
  • Research strategies and methods to engage your learners in a lifelong process of continuing their education
  • Cover the latest trends and tools in e-learning that are changing the ways we think of online education and engaging with our learners
  • Examine tools such as Articulate 360 in order to craft compelling digital learning environments
  • Investigate UX/UI approaches as they relate to online education and consider how you can integrate these into your own materials

You will also receive customized feedback on your assignments from our expert instructors, helping you grow and build your portfolio. And you will join a cohort of professionals looking to advance their education and interact via discussion boards, creating a networking opportunity with others working in the field.

Courses Included in our Learning Experience Design (LXD) Certificate

This certificate series includes the following five component courses, which may be taken together or individually:

Earn a Digital Badge

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College Partners

This course is a collaboration between Oregon State University College of Education and Oregon State University Professional and Continuing Education.

  • Jonan Donaldson

    Jonan is an educational professional, currently in the Educational Leadership and Learning Technology program at Drexel University. Previously, he worked as an instructional designer at Oregon State University where he also taught online courses in education and technology. He has taught at Western Oregon University and Chemeketa Community College. His specialties include learning experience design, constructionist learning, critical pedagogy, epistemic learning, design thinking, and creativity. His current research involves the relationship between conceptualizations of learning, conceptual metaphors of learning, worldview, and practices in teaching and learning.
  • Lynne Hindman, Ph.D.

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    Dr. Lynne Hindman is an educator and resourceful lifelong learner who values partnerships, teamwork, and building bridges across organizations. Certified PreK-12 school principal, tenured teacher, college administrator, university instructor, researcher, and community educator. Lynne has a Masters in Educational Leadership; Specialist in Ed. Administration; and a PhD in Adult & Higher Education with a specialty in Community College Leadership.

  • Josh Bancroft

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    Josh Bancroft is a lifelong geek who taught himself to type in computer programs to play games when he was 5 years old, and has been fascinated by the intersection of learning and technology ever since. Josh has a Masters degreee in Adult Education and Organizational Development from Oregon State University, and works on software education and community initiatives in the Developer Relations group at Intel. Josh is an experimentalist who likes to try new tools and technologies, and has had great success at using digital tools like blogs, wikis, podcasting, and social media to increase collaboration, build community, and encourage learning. Josh's learning and teaching philosophy centers on the idea of constructionism - that we create our own learning by "tinkering", making new things (physical or digital), then sharing them with others. 

  • Kimberly Fandiño

    Kimberly Fandiño

    Kim has been an educator since 1995. She has a serious passion (some would say obsession) with helping teachers reach students because she believes that the academic experience can and should be rewarding as a teacher as well as a student. Once "data-challenged," Kim has learned the value and (believe it or not) fun that can be had learning about students and figuring out how to make the changes that make a difference. Kim teaches Spanish at a local High School and at the university level has taught Active Research, Data classes, instructional strategies and engagement strategies since 2009. Kim loves spending time with her family (She and Mark have six children collectively, two grand daughters, an extra son, and a cat and a dog.) Travel (often by motorcycle), swap meets, knife shows, the outdoors, and McMenamin's passports are her hobbies.