Instructional design (ID) is the systematic and continuous application of learning principles for developing the most effective and efficient learning experience for students. Five major phases are involved: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement and Evaluation.
This systematic approach becomes even more crucial when courses are migrated to online environment.
Publications & Presentations
- Lee, C. (2007). When graphic and web design meet course design: Applying graphic and website design principles into online course design. E-Learn World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education, 2007.
- Lee, C., Abell, N. (2006). Online Certification Process for Faculty: A Response to HLC. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education 17th International Conference, 2006, (5), 1239-1243.
- Lee, C., Abell, N. (2006). Developing, Facilitating, and Assessing Engaging Online Courses. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education 17th International Conference, 2006, (5), 2577-2581.
- Abell, N. & Lee, C. (2005). Guidelines for Teaching an Online Course. Ohio digital commons for education 2005 conference, Columbus, OH.
- Lee, C., Witta, E. L., (2001). Online students’ perceived self-efficacy: Does it change? Annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Atlanta, GA.
- Lee, C. (2000). Student motivation in the online learning environment. Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences, 37(4), 367-375.