From a simple podcast to a learning ecosystem, the effectiveness of e-learning materials is deeply linked to effective instructional design that entails meaningful application of educational strategies, appropriate use of multimedia, and efficient implementation planning.
Based on the author’s professional experiences and evidence-based instructional design theories, this multitouch e-book provides practical tips to help educators create their own e-learning materials. In this book, the author presents guidelines and useful resources regarding starting a new e-learning project, developing relevant instructional media, and evaluating the finished product. The checklist at the end of each section also enables educators to follow the essential steps in designing effective e-learning resources.
This publication is presented by the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, NYU School of Medicine, NYU Langone Health.