• Home
  • New Design Models for New Media: Why ADDIE Doesn’t Work for e-learning

New Design Models for New Media: Why ADDIE Doesn’t Work for e-learning

  • 08 Apr 2010
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • UNC Charlotte


Registration is closed

April Evening Program – Presented by Diane Gayeski

Session Title: New Design Models for New Media:  Why ADDIE Doesn’t Work for e-learning

Session Description: gayeski_image.jpg

Too much e-learning is old wine in new bottles – slideshows posted online, lectures delivered via webcasts, or computerized versions of flashcards for drill-and-practice.  Although the basics of instructional design transcend media, we do need to modify our strategies to take advantage of the capacities of online, networked learning.

Session Objectives:

In this session, participants will learn:

    1. Why the standard, linear ADDIE model is a poor match for designing e-learning
    2. How to identify and select varied strategies, including synchronous and asynchronous courses, serious games, online communities, and mobile apps
    3. Strategies for rapid prototyping and online discussion facilitation
    4. What various organizations have done when moving from traditional learning to e-learning

About the Speaker:

Diane Gayeski, Ph.D., has been a pioneer in new media for learning, having written the first book on interactive media published in 1985. She is currently interim Dean in the Roy H Park School of Communications at Ithaca College where she’s also been on the faculty for 31 years, teaching courses in new media and training management. She practices what she preaches through her firm, Gayeski Analytics, through which she’s led more than 350 client projects. Gayeski is the recipient of the 2008 ISPI Distinguished Professional Achievement award.

UNCC College of Education

Our Partner in Performance Improvement

© ISPI Charlotte 2010-2017

2013 Chapter of Excellence

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software