Title

Designing and Delivering Online Courses and Tutorials

Date

5-30-2013 3:30 PM

Location

Werner University Center (WUC) Willamette Room

Department

Graduate Studies

Session Chair

Bill Hamlin

Session Chair

Amber Deets

Session Title

Graduate Poster Session

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Mary Bucy and Greg Zobel

Presentation Type

Poster session

Abstract

Since all of my work is digital and web-based, I’ve attached links to four of my top online training classes and tutorials. The first three items listed below all share a common subject matter (teaching digital photography via online methods) and thus make a compelling package that showcases the diversity of solutions that can be created and delivered as online training, all associated with a common subject. The fourth item listed is included primarily because it utilizes an alternative, free Web 2.0 tool for creating effective online training.

1) Online Training: Photography: The Basics of Exposure http://www.wou.edu/~pschlegelmann12/SchlegelmannPaul-ED626-FinalProject-PhotoExposure/

2) Online Course: People / Portrait Photography Developed and presented within Moodle, an online Learning Management System (LMS). http://paulschlegelmann.com/moodle233/course/view.php?id=3 (Need to click button “Login as a guest” to reach online course.)

3) Instructional Guide/Aid: Guide to Creating Well-Exposed Photos http://www.wou.edu/~pschlegelmann12/SchlegelmannPaul-InstructionalGuide-CreatingWellExposedPhotos-LBCCtest-Updated-GTS.pdf

4) Online Tutorial: Henry Ford (Created using the Udutu Web 2.0 training development tool): http://www.wou.edu/~pschlegelmann12/HenryFord/course/course75863.html

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May 30th, 3:30 PM

Designing and Delivering Online Courses and Tutorials

Werner University Center (WUC) Willamette Room

Since all of my work is digital and web-based, I’ve attached links to four of my top online training classes and tutorials. The first three items listed below all share a common subject matter (teaching digital photography via online methods) and thus make a compelling package that showcases the diversity of solutions that can be created and delivered as online training, all associated with a common subject. The fourth item listed is included primarily because it utilizes an alternative, free Web 2.0 tool for creating effective online training.

1) Online Training: Photography: The Basics of Exposure http://www.wou.edu/~pschlegelmann12/SchlegelmannPaul-ED626-FinalProject-PhotoExposure/

2) Online Course: People / Portrait Photography Developed and presented within Moodle, an online Learning Management System (LMS). http://paulschlegelmann.com/moodle233/course/view.php?id=3 (Need to click button “Login as a guest” to reach online course.)

3) Instructional Guide/Aid: Guide to Creating Well-Exposed Photos http://www.wou.edu/~pschlegelmann12/SchlegelmannPaul-InstructionalGuide-CreatingWellExposedPhotos-LBCCtest-Updated-GTS.pdf

4) Online Tutorial: Henry Ford (Created using the Udutu Web 2.0 training development tool): http://www.wou.edu/~pschlegelmann12/HenryFord/course/course75863.html