15 de abr de 2021
Very clear course, provides definitions and/or discussion of terms that at are useful for a clearer understanding of the ID process. Good continuity between topics and good use of diagrams.
4 de jul de 2020
I thoroughly enjoyed this course. It is well taught and well organised. The material provided a thorough overview of the field, and the readings were particularly fascinating and helpful.
por Guillemette E•
24 de fev de 2020
Good introduction to the Instructional Design field... BUT ironically, for an online class about instructional design, I don't think it's efficiently designed : quizzes don't allow to see answers which doesn't leave room for more learning, one of the instructors made me want to fall asleep with his monotonous voice and the way he would just name abstract concepts without any clear explanation, and in general the lack of real-life references to bring theory and practice together.
I did learn a lot but I was expecting more!
por Matthew H•
29 de jul de 2020
As a newcomer to Instructional Design, I got a long drink from the firehose of this field. It is vast. I think the course did a reasonable job of conveying the concepts. But the quizzes, though convenient for a MOOC, are easily gamed and not the best way to help learners gain mastery of the course materials. Getting feedback on written assignments exclusively from student peers is not that helpful and most likely a poor substitute for the expertise of certified Instructional Design professors.
por Ana P S F•
7 de out de 2019
It was a good course. Content is interesting for anyone who wants to start understanding how IDs work and what their concerns are. I did not like the long videos. I also didn't like the teachers with a monotonic tone of voice, same position, same layout, same colors on slides ... In this sense, video typescripts were very helpful. Quiz 3 deserves a review, there are questions that can be better elaborated. I appreciate the opportunity offered by UofI.
por Geetha P•
7 de jun de 2021
The course provided a clear overview of the field of ID. The learning material wall well-organized and assignments served the purpose of gauging learner comprehension of the content. The additional readings were very insightful. One thing that could have been better is the way quizzes were phrased. The ambiguous phrasing of some questions/distracters was off-putting, especially this being an ID course.
por Judith B•
3 de jan de 2021
Very thorough course that provides an excellent foundation in Instructional Design. I did not give 5 stars because the assessment quizzes need to be modified to capture requisite understanding of content in a more holistic way. However, the written assignments and peer reviews are an excellent assessment design and helpful tools for students to engage with each other's perspectives.
por Scott C•
31 de ago de 2020
The course provides good base-level information about Instructional Design. That said, the quizzes for each module are overly complicated, not focusing on core knowledge, and the correct responses are never revealed. Some of the instructors are also very 'dry' and 'boring'. This is a decent choice to gain entry-level knowledge in one place though. Good luck.
por Ellen G•
18 de jul de 2022
Great overarching perspective, by the end I saw how so many pieces were coming together and also how my current skills applly to an ID role. The readings were tedious, the lectures were very informative, but the gentleman presenter was a little montone and emotionless. I thought the assessment pieces were great, especially the case study.
20 de jan de 2020
The course by itself is pretty good but as for the quiz on the last week (Week 4), questions 3 & 8 could use some tweaking. Or the answers provided by the learner in quiz could be made visible after completion of the quiz so the learner doesn't have to go through multiple attempts in order to find the same two answers over and over again
por Kenneethia B B•
3 de abr de 2022
The diverse learning approaches of video, in-video questions, text and ability to take the quiz multiplw times was helpful. I could watch the videos multiple times an take notes. The best orators were Professor Grace, Norma Scagnoli, Denise Ward Hood, Jason Mock. The other instructors were harder to follow for an online course.
por Laura V•
31 de mar de 2020
I think it is a very interesting course that gives the learner fundamental information on Instructional Design. The material is comprehensive. Yet, I believe that some concepts could use more examples to be fully understood. Also, as far as quizzes are concerned, i suggest you provide learners with feedback. Thanks !
por Sandra J•
11 de out de 2020
There was a lot of information packed in this study. It did not cover what I thought it was going to be about, but it was good information. The quizzes were difficult and I would suggest having a quiz after each video to ensure immediate application and understanding of the lesson presented.
por Jennifer T•
30 de abr de 2022
I thought the quiz questions could have been better. Some of them were too specific and would be the equivalent of a literature teacher asking a question on a novel quiz, such as "What was the main character doing on the first page of Chapter 3?" How is that relevant?
por Painter P•
3 de mai de 2021
Nice lesson focus on ADDIE's Analysis. I love the last part which is a real ID's working experiences. But, some quiz questions and answers are confused, because they are not the same as the instructions said. Please check and modified by the course discussion part.
por Simone C•
12 de mai de 2021
I liked the course very much, especially the pedagogical aspects that were revisited in a very clear and organised way. The only thing I believe could be better is the content module ratio. I founde the third modulo too dense, with too much information to digest.
por Nigele A•
26 de out de 2020
Course is well organized. I am a practitioner and true enough, the course heavily focused on its foundations and applications thus I will highly recommend this course for novice and seasoned Instructional Designers and Learning and Development Practitioners.
11 de jul de 2022
It was good learning, for someone without prveious experience. I find there is complexity on the ways tests were created with respond with "all that apply" , and some videos are very long - What I liked is the example base approach , thank you
por Patrick C•
29 de jul de 2022
Very informative. I had to work hard to pay attention to some of the presentors as they were monotone and didn't use presentation skills to engage the learner. However, I was very engaged because they were providing very salient information.
por Liudmila S•
3 de ago de 2020
Overall, I liked the course and I enjoyed the most videos about Instructional Design in a higher educational institution!
However, some of the quizzes were very confusing and I did not like "Please, select all that apply" questions at all.
por Cassandra C•
24 de mar de 2021
I found this course to be very enlightening though somewhat challenging for me. I believe as I continue to review lecture notes and additional course readings, my confidence will increase.
por eleni t•
7 de mai de 2020
the subject is really interesting but a bit too theoretical. Some of the videos were really hard to follow due to the tone of the speaker. Overall great for fistcomers in the field
por Megan L•
15 de mar de 2021
I think sometimes the assessments (quizzes) were too specific on language so if you understood the concept, sometimes the way it was said was so specific it made it incorrect.
por Carraugh N•
20 de jul de 2022
A lot of good information, but quizzes are difficult and in Module 3, there is a full video which is then broken into 2 shorter parts, yet that is not well described.
por Nguyen H M•
14 de abr de 2021
Only include the first step of instructional design. The videos mostly provides the theories, there is not a lot of examples (how to apply the theories in real world)
por Glorizeth A C•
11 de jan de 2020
It's interesting and I have learnt a lot. I would be great if a couple of videos could be more dynamic, sometimes the voice and facial language were really boring.
por Marcelo E•
26 de jul de 2020
Content is excellent and the way it is presented as well. The writing assignments contributed to my understanding and development, but the quizzes did not.