Instructional designers create engaging, effective learning experiences that help people gain the skills needed for success. From the foundational models of instructional design to storyboarding and screencasting, build a solid foundation for a career in eLearning, online training, or corporate learning and development.
Shift your instructional strategy. Explore a type of blended learning that reverses the traditional learning environment by delivering instruction outside of the classroom. Discover design thinking and learn how to develop an instructional framework that helps learners visualize material.
As an instructional developer, you'll combine instructional design principles with technical skills to create transformative elearning modules. From SCORM and Tin Can API to the fundamentals of screencasting and learning management systems, this path will provide you with the essentials for a successful career as an instructional developer.
Organization learning and development is a complex task that require a diverse skill set. Great L&D pros are not only versed in instructional design, but also understand the importance of building cultures of learning inside an organization, and can clearly communicate the learning needs and goals to both executives and employees. This learning path is the next step for seasoned instructional designers and corporate trainers looking to better understand the role of learning in the workplace, and how to effectively lead organizational learning.
As manufacturing increasingly relies on computer design and control, it's important to learn the skills that this shifting field demands. Learn how designs are translated into the instructions used by modern manufacturing methods and master the software tools needed to create toolpaths and other instructions for CNC machines.