An Applied Project to Design and Develop a Prototype Instructional Module
Siarah Flanagan, Western Illinois University, United States
Western Illinois University . Awarded
The purpose of this paper is to show the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation of an instructional module. This instructional module was created to teach majors and minors in the Instructional Design and Technology field about the four major applications (Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign and Adobe Dreamweaver) that are used most commonly within the Instructional Design and Technology Department at Western Illinois University. This paper shows the many steps that are involved in the creation of an instructional module and the results of how the learners did on their pre and posttests which show whether the learners were able to learn information from the instructional module.
Flanagan, S. An Applied Project to Design and Develop a Prototype Instructional Module. Master's thesis, Western Illinois University.
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