Educational Design

Here are a few instructional design resources from across the Web.

The ADDIE Model.Click the link on the left (or the image on the right) for more information on instructional design by phases.ADDIE

Reference Guide for Instructional Design and Development. This document was developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE). This document serves as a valuable reference for designers and developers.

Dick & Carey. This page from Pennsylvania State University provides a good overview of the Dick & Carey instructional design model.

Instructional Design Models.A comprehensive listing of instructional design models and learning theories.

Instructional System Design (ISD): Using the ADDIE model. This document provides an excellent overview of the ADDIE model.

A Day in the Life of an Instructional Designer.Just for fun… this is a WebQuest about becoming an Instructional Designer.

The ASSURE Model. The ASSURE model is a systematic procedure for planning and delivering instruction that integrates with technology with the teaching process. It is an approach that educators can use to plan and organize instruction, write lesson plans and conduct authentic assessment of student learning.

Internet4Classrooms.Technology Tutorials found on the Web.

Virtual Training Help Center.The Virtual Training Help Center has a series of tutorials available on various subjects and software packages. This website provides development of instructional technology utilization at the university level.