Designing for Flexibility

Part 3: E-Resource development


Mapping

TAEDES503A Design and develop e-learning resources

Recognition of Prior Learning

If you think you meet the requirements of RPL please contact and discuss this with your assessor at the beginning of the program

Grading

This is an ungraded unit. Your results will be recorded as either AC – Achieved Competency or NC – Not Competent. AC is achieved by the submission of all events and items listed on this assessment schedule to a competent level.

Context

This assessment can be based on your workplace or a simulated environment.

Requirements

You are required to design TWO e-learning resources and to develop, trial and review at least ONE of those resources

Task 1: Design


Based on the outcomes of your Evaluation survey (Part 1) and your planned Strategy (Part 2), your task is to design and develop a learning and teaching resource utilising suitable technologies.

Identify a suitable e-resource via follow up discussions with your team and clients.

Learning design

Your design should be based on the nature of the learning required and take into account:
  • learner-centred activities and interaction
  • collaborative learning opportunities
  • authenticity in learning and assessment activities
  • the order and sequencing of information
  • opportunities for review of material and repetition
  • choice and variety of approaches and techniques
  • the 'chunking' or structure of information
  • a focus on realistic and relevant contexts
  • providing feedback to the learner
  • techniques to engage learners

Identify a suitable tool or platform taking into consideration availability, policy and technical requirements and limitations.

Focus

You might aim to develop:
  • a tutorial or how-to guide
  • a problem or scenario
  • an industry case study
  • a library of shared images
  • industry audio interviews
  • a structured series of discussion posts

Tools and technologies

might include:
  • video
  • audio
  • digital stories
  • discussion forums
  • interactive Moodle activities
  • wiki
  • blog posts
  • Voicethread
  • Polls or surveys


Identify people you will need to gain support from or to collaborate with on the development of the resource.

Task 2: Develop

Develop a plan or storyboard and obtain feedback – review your design against the brief, likely target audience and learning needs
Review and include improvements
Develop in collaboration with relevant others.
Focus on considerations such as copyright etc

Task 3: Trial and review

Trial your e-learning resource with potential users
Gather feedback
Make adjustments to finalise the e-learning resource

Reflect on the e-learning resource including:
  • relevancy
  • currency
  • bias
  • accessibility
  • technology compatibility
  • customisation potential
  • re-usability
  • storage and sharing options



Submission

TWO documented e-learning designs via short written report or blog post/s.
Your designs should include:
  • a summary of the resource to be developed
  • focus and identified need
  • sketches, drawings, flowcharts or storyboard
  • links to existing resources used as a model
  • technical requirements
  • ethical or legal considerations
  • key stakeholders
  • review plan

ONE completed e-learning resource (link or digital file) and a blog post covering details of the design and review process including:
  • resource summary
  • context, course and target group
  • ease of use of technology
  • issues identified
  • technical considerations
  • copyright considerations
  • storage and sharing tactics
  • how the resource could be customised or re-used
  • further improvements

Your blog post will be posted on the DFF blog and shared with other participants.