Instructional design and material development progress to elearning environments: A sample of obstetrical nursing education

Merve Kadioglu, Zeynep Tacgin, Nevin Sahin

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the most delicate parts of eLearning material development process and tools from the Instructional Design (ID) perspective. In this context, the birth lesson eLearning material modules have been progressed in accordance with the design-based research approach. The selected two modules have been completed by the project team-3 instructional designer, 1 subject expert, 1 education technologist and 2 subject matter consultants-in 8 months. The ID process has been started with the education need analysis in order to determine the learners’ needs, learning outcomes and other expectations. The explanatory storyboard has to be offered to the educational technologists and the learning theories has to be determined by the designer. After the several revised, the themes and modules have been developed via several eLearning material development tools. The ID process consists several work packages for the team. Correspondingly, eLearning development is of toilsome process that has been included in planning, storyboard, communication between instructional designers and subject experts, and time. Also, it has to be designed with an expert team, learning theories and other scientific methods.

Original languageEnglish
Article numberep265
Pages (from-to)1-11
Number of pages11
JournalContemporary Educational Technology
Volume12
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2020

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