Monthly Archives: July 2014

Backward Instructional Design Model

Instructional Design is a term that refers to systematically designed instruction with or without the use of educational technology. Instructional Design 101 is a four-part series description of “the process of assessing learning needs and applying the appropriate learning strategy to meet … Continue reading

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Faculty Spotlight: Regina Rutter – Video Resumes

Instructor: Dr. Regina Rutter, Lecturer in the Department of Management and Economics Course: MGMT3496 – Management Internship and ACCT3296 – Accounting Internship About the Project: Students were assigned to develop a two-three minute video resume that is typically used to supplement a traditional … Continue reading

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