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Bangalore - Jaya Nagar
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Address: Head Office, Jayanagar 3rd block, Lucky paradise building, 4th floor, Jaya Nagar, Bangalore-560011 google map of 8726

Established in the year 1997, System Domain is headquartered in Bangalore and has more than twelve training institutes located across India. Awarded an ISO 9001 in 2008 Systems Domain - Head Office provides best Diploma in e-Learning Training, Diploma in e-Learning Training classes & Realtime Training Jaya Nagar.
 
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We gathered most widely used Diploma in e-Learning course content used by training institutes in nandini-layout,bangalore. The Diploma in e-Learning course syllabus covers basic to advanced level and it may vary based on Diploma in e-Learning training classes offered in nandini-layout.

 

1.Introduction to online course design

a)Goals and objectives
b)Basic definition of training
c)Some basic learning theory
d)History of training
e)Online learning trends
f)Business rationale
g)Course management
h)Systems for delivering and managing training
i)Learning management systems
j)Systems for authoring training
k)Course related software
l)Which systems should we use
m)Asynchronous vs. synchronous learning
n)Types of online interaction
o)Summary of online interaction models
p)Format of online information

2.Understanding learning theories

a) Learning styles
i.Why study learning styles
ii.VAK theory
iii.Bernice McCarthy’s 4MAT system
iv.Kolb’s Learning Style Inventory model
v.Which theory is right
b)The learning process
i.Three representational modes
ii.Self, metacognition, cognition, knowledge
iii.Domains of learning
iv.Arousal
v.Feedback
vi.Practice, practice, practice
vii.What does it all mean
c)Learning theories
i.Nine events of instruction
ii.ARCS model
iii.Component display theory
iv.Elaboration theory
v.Constructivism
vi.What does it all mean
vii.Web search assignment

3.Instructional design process

a)Instructional design model
b)Learning outcomes and competencies
c)Analysis phase
d)Design phase
e)Development phase
f)Implementation phase
g)Verification phase

4.Analysis

a)Overview
b)Audience analysis
i.Identify the characteristics of learners
ii.Understand the needs of online learners
iii.Focus on the audience
c)Determine the learning goals and outcomes
i.Teaching vs. learning goals
ii.Learning goals
iii.Examples of learning goals
iv.Course learning goals
v.Breaking down learning goals
vi.Using action verbs
vii.Learning outcomes
viii.SMART learning outcomes
d)Determine any business goals

5. Designing the course

a)Steps in planning a course
b)Organize the information
i.Modules and lessons
ii.Course outlines
iii.Storyboards
iv.Methods for organizing instruction
c)Refine the course learning outcomes
d)Determine the assessments
i.Summative and formative assessments
ii.Types of assessments
iii.Performance measurement with a quiz
iv.Performance measurement with a practical test
v.Who needs assessments
e)Choose learning activities
i.Case studies
ii.Practice drills
iii.Simulations
iv.Hands-on activities
v.Learning games
vi.Web search
vii.Role playing
viii.Video lectures
ix.Webinars
x.Discussion forums
f)Prepare a project plan
i.Define the project
ii.Plan course development
iii.Estimate costs
iv.Create a schedule

6.Writing for e-learning

a)E-learning and plain language
b)Writing guidelines
i.Use simple words
ii.Use short simple sentences
iii.Write short clear paragraphs
iv.Limit the use of jargon
v.Avoid figures of speech
vi.Write for one reader
vii.Use active voice
viii.Write clearly
ix.Use parallel form
x.Use lists
xi.Highlight important information
xii.Choose the right tone
xiii.Use graphics
c)Organizing information
i.Writing modular content
ii.Using descriptive titles
iii.Designing the hierarchy of topics

7.Developing the course

a)Organizing content in lessons
b)Writing the course introduction
c)Lesson structures
i.Classic tutorial
ii.Activity-centered lessons
iii.Knowledge-paced tutorials
d)Developing lessons
i.Introductory information
ii.Procedures
iii.Software demonstrations
iv.Software simulations
v.Slide presentations
vi.Examples
vii.Branching scenarios
viii.Related resources
e)Building blocks
i.Text prose
ii.Tables
iii.Graphics
iv.Audio
v.Games
vi.Video
f)Assessing student learning
i.True/false questions
ii.Multiple choice
iii.Text input questions
iv.Fill-in-the-blanks questions
v.Matching list questions
vi.Click in picture questions
vii.Drag and drop questions
viii.Simulation questions
ix.Hints for effective testing

8.Implementing the course

a)Communications
i.Email
ii.Chat
iii.Discussion forums
iv.Telephone
b)Delivery planning
i.Registering for courses
ii.Paying for courses
iii.Accessing courses
iv.Submitting and marking assignments
v.Debugging technical problems
vi.Certificates
c)Instructor activities
i.Learner support
ii.Instructor messages
iii.Assignments
iv.Monitoring students
v.Mentoring
vi.Standards
vii.Instructor time
d)Motivating learners
i.Why do learners drop out
ii.Set clear expectations
iii.Design real-world activities
iv.Create interesting course content
v.Help students maintain a schedule
vi.Provide helpful feedback
vii.Deal with troublemakers
e)Marketing and selling your courses
i.Announcement
ii.Course description page
iii.Course demonstrations
iv.Registration
v.FAQs
vi.Marketing your course

9. Evaluating the course

a)Overview
b)Types of evaluation
i.Level 0 – Survival
ii.Level 1 – Happiness
iii.Level 2 – Did they learn
iv.Level 3 – Can they apply what they learned
v.Level 4 – Is it cost-effective
c)Performing evaluations
i.Level 0 – Survival
ii.Level 1 – Happiness
iii.Level 2 – Did they learn
iv.Level 3 – Can they apply what they learned
v.Level 4 – Is it cost-effective


 

 

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