E-learning by design /

Horton, William K.

E-learning by design / by William Horton. - 2nd ed. - San Francisco, CA : Pfeiffer, c2012. - xx, 615 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Includes index.

"E-Learning by Design provides a comprehensive, detailed look at the concepts and processes of developing, creating and implementing a successful e-Learning program. Horton's practical, down-to-earth approach offers clear information and instruction without over simplifying. Readers will learn to build customized e-Learning programs from scratch, building on core principles of instructional design to:[bullet] develop meaningful activities and lessons[bullet] create and administer online tests and assessments[bullet] design learning games and simulations, and[bullet] effectively implement an individualized programThe second edition will feature chapter-by-chapter revisions and add new sections and updates that address: new delivery technologies, including social networking, mobile learning, and the use of other new mobile devices; learning from available content; repurposing content; setting and following quality Standards, a revised Catalyst Model and Examples, How We Will Learn Model and Examples, and designing for International and Multi-cultural Audiences, as well as all-new contemporary case studies, examples, and activities. New edition will also include two free online resources: a downloadable instructor's manual, and a premium content site featuring additional examples and case studies, tools and resources"--

9780470900024 (pbk.)


Employees--Training of--Computer-assisted instruction.
Computer-assisted instruction--Design.

HF 5549.5 .T7 / H6357 2012