A Course Reader for Learning Experience Design
Module 1: Introduction to Learning Experience DesignBecoming a Learning DesignerWagner, E. D. Drawing Inspiration for Learning Experience Design (LX) from Diverse PerspectivesAhn, J.Defining Learning Experience Design: Voices from the Field of Learning Design & TechnologySchmidt, M. & Huang, T.Module 2: What do Learning Experience Designers Do?Fundamentals of Exceptional Instructional DesignGalyen, K., Chuchran-Davis, L., & Culbertson, M. H.The Competencies for Instructional Designers in Higher EducationRitzhaupt, A. D., Kumar, S., & Martin, F.Curriculum Design ProcessesDodd, B. J.Five critical questions you need to ask yourself before you design a learning experienceFloor, N.Module 3: Empathy and PersonasBuilding Empathy and Developing Instructional Design Experience and SkillsBaaki, J. & Maddrell. J.Conducting a Learner AnalysisFulgencio, J. & Asino, T. I.Activity Theory as a Lens for Developing and Applying Personas and Scenarios in Learning Experience DesignSchmidt, M. & Tawfik, A. A.(Supplement) Personas for Course DesignMcBrien, E. & Garcia, H.Module 4: Design Thinking and Rapid PrototypingDesign ThinkingSvihla, V.Instructional Design Prototyping StrategiesJohnson, J. & West, R. E.Rapid Prototyping: an Alternative Instructional Design StrategyTripp, S. D. & Bichelmeyer, B.(Optional) Rapid Prototyping EduTech Wiki Entry(Supplement) High Quality Resources on Design Thinking in Learning DesignModule 5: Project Management in Learning Experience DesignProject Management Competencies of Educational Technology Professionals in Higher EducationKline, J., Kumar, S., & Ritzhaupt, A. D.Understanding Project Phases and OrganizationWiley, D.Agile Design Processes and Project ManagementCullen, T. A.(Optional) Advanced Instructional Design for Successive E-Learning: Based on the Successive Approximation Model (SAM)Jung, H., Kim, Y., & Lee, H.Module 6: Aesthetics in Learning Experience DesignVisual AestheticsWest, D., Allman, B. , Hunsaker, E., & Kimmons, R.BeautyKimmons, R. & Yamada, S.Color Theory in Experience DesignKimmons, R.(Optional) Aesthetic principles for instructional designParrish, P.(Supplement) High Quality Resources on Aesthetics in Learning DesignModule 7: Learning Design EvaluationEvaluation BasicsDavies, R. S.An Examination of the People and Processes Involved in Quality AssuranceTaper, C. & Easow, G.Evaluation for Instructional DesignersDavies, R. S.Evaluation in the Development PhaseDavies, R. S.(Optional) Methods of User Centered Design and Evaluation for Learning DesignersSchmidt, M., Earnshaw, Y., Tawfik, A. A., & Jahnke, I.
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