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CAL-MEX-NET Internship: 

CAL-MEX-NET Internship Instructional Design Strategies for Online Courses Presented by Professor Sally Kurz


Purpose Offer Mexican University Faculty Instructional Design Strategies for Online Courses Provide Hands-on Training on How to Move Course Content Online


Partners UNAM (Universidad National Autonoma de Mexico) UADY (Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan)

Workshop Dates: 

Workshop Dates May 18-19, 2004, Mexico City UNAM Campus

Internship Exchange: 

Internship Exchange Cultural Activities Palacio de Bellas Artes for Amalia Hernandez’s National Folkloric Ballet Ciudad Universitaria Dolores Olmedo Museum

Cultural Exchange: 

Cultural Exchange Campus Life

Cultural Exchange: 

Cultural Exchange Campus Life

Train the Trainer Workshop: 

Train the Trainer Workshop


The same instructional design principles can be used to create effective lessons for any discipline and course delivery method (even the traditional classroom). This presentation will focus on ways you can incorporate  effective techniques and teaching strategies in the design of your online courses.


The basic components of an online course are the course goals/introduction and a series of lessons, each of which includes (1) an introduction, (2) content presentation, (3) practice and feedback, and (4) summary and review.  Techniques to maximize student motivation and to assess student learning should be woven throughout the course.


Design Process Primary Steps There are many different instructional design models; however, the primary steps in the design process are: Goal Setting: Identifying the overall course goal   Analysis: Including analysis of what is to be learned, of the learners, of the learning environment, and, of the environment in which the learning is to eventually be applied   Development of Objectives: Identifying and stating in measurable terms the objectives for each lesson   Development of Assessment Measures: Identifying criterion-referenced assessment measures


Resources to get started: California Virtual Campus Moodle Free open-source course management system Colleges can install Moodle on their own servers or use the installation running on the CVC Professional Development Center's server. Moodle on the CVC Professional Development Center server:

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