E-Learning Certificate: Assessment and Evaluation

Save $240 when you register for the complete E-Learning Instructional Design and Development Certificate series (versus individual courses)! Hurry, space is limited in this in-demand program. 

E-Learning Assessment and Evaluation gives you the skills needed to assess and evaluate assignments in an e-learning environment. Throughout the course, you will explore an e-learning project that requires assessment and discover best practices for implementation.

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Articulate concepts, techniques and skills that contribute to successful assessment practices
  • Identify and design assessment methods and activities that align with learner outcomes
  • Differentiate and utilize both quantitative and qualitative methods of assessment
  • Compare and contrast methods of feedback
  • Identify methods to evaluate and measure accomplishment of e-learning objectives, project criteria and/or program goals
  • Make recommendations for improvements

Time Commitment: Plan for 3-6 hours of work per week.

Instructional Design Certificate

This course is a part of the E-Learning Instructional Design and Development Certificate, which includes:

If you are new to instructional design, it is strongly recommended that you take the courses sequentially. Students must complete all other courses before beginning the E-Learning Practicum.

Instructional Design Digital Badge

Complete this program and earn a digital badge to share your accomplishment on Facebook, LinkedIn and more!

College Partners

This program is a collaboration between Oregon State University College of Education and Oregon State University Professional and Continuing Education.

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Oct. 28 - Dec. 8, 2019
April 13 - May 24, 2020
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Six weeks
location
Online
price (2)
$435 (+ $60 registration fee)
Units: 3.6 CEUs | 36 Hours

Instructors

Jennifer Wyld

Dr. Jennifer Wyld has been involved in education for over 30 year and has worked with all ages, from preschool to graduate school students. She received a PhD from Oregon State University in Science and Math Education (with an emphasis on Free Choice Learning). Her dissertation work focused on how to create engaging learning experiences for adolescents, where she explored the Maker Education movement in depth. She has presented at local, regional, national, and international conferences on a variety of topics as well as led professional development experiences for educators. For 8 years, she was part of the Synergies research project, a longitudinal study on adolescent STEM interest development. Jennifer has taught in the College of Education and the PACE program at OSU since completing her degree, in both on-line or blended formats.

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