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EdWeb Analysis and Design
Proposal Instructions and Template
Table of Contents
Table of Contents.............................................................................................................1Introduction......................................................................................................................2Instructions......................................................................................................................4Executive Summary.........................................................................................................5Analysis............................................................................................................................7Design.............................................................................................................................22Evaluation Criteria.........................................................................................................31Ed Web A&D Update #1.................................................................................................37EdWeb A&D Update #2 .................................................................................................49
EdWeb Analysis and DesignPage 1 of 60INTE 5660, Spring 2011
 
Introduction
Project Description
The EdWeb project includes the analysis, design, and development of an instructional website. Unlike theWebinar project, your EdWeb focuses on asynchronous instruction. It is an
individual project
, whichextends through the first two courses in the
eLearning 
 program:In INTE 5660 (this course), you will analyze and design your EdWeb by completing this EdWebAnalysis and Design (A&D) document.In INTE 5670 Developing eLearning Instruction, you will add new sections to this EdWeb A&Ddocument. You will conduct formative evaluations on a design prototype and a functional prototype of your EdWeb. You will also “complete” all of the instruction, i.e., you will build out(develop) all of your Absorb, Do, and Connect activities plus all of the dual coding for at leasttwo objectives.The word “complete” is in quotations. If you plan to include learning activities like video, animations,simulations, or podcasts in your EdWeb, you may learn how to use technologies to generate them in INTE5680 Integrating Media into eLearning Environments. Those of you taking INTE 5680 this summer (it isOK to take INTE 5680 before INTE 5670) will be able to add learning activities you create in INTE 5680to your EdWeb during INTE 5670. Those of you taking INTE 5680 after you take INTE 5670 can addactivities to your EdWeb as you complete them in INTE 5680.The topic or focus of your EdWeb is your decision. We encourage you to select something you can use atwork. If that is not possible, then perhaps you can develop an EdWeb for a non-profit at which youvolunteer, the school your child attends, the retirement facility where you parents or grandparents live, or  perhaps a business you want to start.Your EdWeb can be either self-paced or group-paced eLearning, like our INTE 5660 course. The EdWebexamples we provide in the course shell are all self-paced eLearning. We think our INTE 5660 course provides a good example of a group-paced course, though it is much larger in scope than what we wouldexpect for a group-paced EdWeb.It is a good idea to select a small topic. Your EdWeb will ideally take your audience about an hour tocomplete if it is self-paced instruction. If you choose to design group-paced instruction, your EdWebwould ideally be a 10-day unit (one hour of instruction per day). The research indicates that it takesapproximately 200 to 400 hours to create one hour of self-paced eLearning. There is an article about thisdevelopment time in DocSharing and more information below. We believe that a 10-day unit of group- paced eLearning would take a similar amount of time to create, though the research on time to developgroup-paced eLearning is not well documented or researched.Most importantly, your EdWeb must apply the effective instructional and visual design strategies westudy in this course and INTE 5670.While the EdWeb project is an individual project, we will form some small groups using similar topics,type of instruction (self-paced vs. group-paced) and/or similar audiences as the grouping criteria. The purpose of these groups will only be to support each other with activities like:Idea generation (brainstorming)Sharing learner needs and characteristic infoProof reading documents before submission
EdWeb Analysis and DesignPage 2 of 60INTE 5660, Spring 2011
 
You can decide as a group how much group activity you will do. We offer these groups in support of our Social CIV, but they are optional. There is no requirement for any group activity. There will be no gradefor group work and you will not develop a “team agreement.” Jackie and Dave will meet with groups viaAdobe Connect to discuss learning objectives and assessments during Unit 7.
Timeline
Submit the Analysis and Design sections of your EdWeb proposal separately:Analysis: Due Monday, May 2
nd
Design and Executive Summary: Due Monday, May 9
th
 You will add new sections to your EdWeb A&D document in INTE 5670.
Do not separate the document by sections. Your Analysis, Design and Executive Summary need toremain as one unified proposal document (just as you did for the Webinar proposal).
EdWeb Analysis and DesignPage 3 of 60INTE 5660, Spring 2011

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