Instructional design – operationalising the ADDIE Model
ADDIE is a learning model used by instructional designers and training developers to create effective learning experiences. This seminar aims to break down the Acronym and take a look at each of the key steps within this five-step process: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation; with a view of transforming a theoretic design model into an effective operational process or workflow.
Register by joining the MS Teams Group
To register your interest and join the sessions above, please join the MS Teams Tech. Talks group, here: Tech Talks
Upcoming sessions will be posted to, and made available via, the Tech Talks teams’ General Channel.
Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, and with any suggestions for additional Tech Talk topics.
About the NHLI Tech Talks Series
Join us for a series of fortnightly online discussions via Microsoft Teams. Sessions will be informative and focused on the features and benefits of some of the Learning Technologies and activities supported by eLearning Technologists within the National Heart and Lung Institute and across the College.
The format of each session will include an opening presentation delivered by Mr Zuber Hanif (eLearning Technologist) followed by an opportunity for Q&A – lasting approximately 30 minutes.
Further sessions (to be scheduled) will include:
- Online quizzes and activities (26 October)
- Video capture and Editing – Panopto
- Turnitin: marking and feedback
- Mentimeter: Real-time polling
- Animating Content
- The College’s new Peer Assessment Tool – Feedback Fruits