In this course, students study fundamental communication skills used by effective instructors. By examining how to write the most basic types of instructional content, including definitions, objectives, descriptions and procedures, and the most common forms of written instructional content, including how-to articles and lesson plans, this practical, writing-intensive course emphasizes effective instructional communication methodologies.
NOTE: Students who have received credit for this topic under an EDUC 298 number may not take this course for credit.
Selections from Driscoll, M. & S. Carliner. (2005). Advanced Web-Based Training: Adapting Real World Strategies in Your online Learning. ASTD Press, Alexandria, VA
Markel, M. (2007). Technical Communication (8th ed.) Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s.
Concordia students must register for this course in their MyConcordia portal. It is strongly recommended that they consult Concordia's class schedule prior to enrolling in order to be aware of any registration restrictions (see the notes). Once registered, students must then sign up for an eConcordia account to access the course material.
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