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1Course PreviewDownload
2Who Should Join this Course and Why?Download
3Course Format_Learner Centric MOOC (LCM)Download
4LeD 1.1 E Learning in STEMDownload
5LeD 1.2 Challenges in e learningDownload
6LeD 1.3 What is Learner Centric ApproachDownload
7LeD 1.4 Instructional Design in e learningDownload
8LeD 1.5 ADDIE Process of Instructional DesignDownload
9LeD 2.1A: Constructive alignmentDownload
10LeD 2.1B: Implementing constructive alignmentDownload
11LeD 2.2: Promoting learner engagement with contentDownload
12LeD 2.3A: Interactive videoDownload
13LeD 2.3B: Learning by Doing (LbD)Download
14LeD 2.4: Articulation and ReflectionDownload
15LeD 3.1: Construct your Own UnderstandingDownload
16LeD 3.2: Contextualized LearningDownload
17LeD 3.3: FeedbackDownload
18LeD 3.4: Collaboration and Peer LearningDownload
19LeD 3.5: Addressing DiversityDownload
20LeD 4.1: Brief Recap and What’s Next?Download
21LeD 4.2A: Selection and Analysis of Effective TechnologyDownload
22LeD 4.2B: Effective Integration of TechnologyDownload
23LeD 4.3A: Multimedia Principle and Contiguity PrincipleDownload
24LeD 4.3B: Modality Principle and Redundancy PrincipleDownload
25LeD 4.3C: Coherence PrincipleDownload
26LeD 4.3D: Segmenting and Personalization PrincipleDownload
27Visual Communication Strategies for Developing e-Learning ContentDownload
28ClosingDownload
29Industry Perspective: Forms of E-LearningDownload
30Industry Perspective: Integrating LC elements in E-contentDownload
31Industry Perspective: E-learning Design ProcessDownload

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1Course PreviewDownload
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2Who Should Join this Course and Why?Download
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3Course Format_Learner Centric MOOC (LCM)Download
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4LeD 1.1 E Learning in STEMDownload
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5LeD 1.2 Challenges in e learningDownload
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6LeD 1.3 What is Learner Centric ApproachDownload
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7LeD 1.4 Instructional Design in e learningDownload
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8LeD 1.5 ADDIE Process of Instructional DesignDownload
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9LeD 2.1A: Constructive alignmentDownload
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10LeD 2.1B: Implementing constructive alignmentDownload
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11LeD 2.2: Promoting learner engagement with contentDownload
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12LeD 2.3A: Interactive videoDownload
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13LeD 2.3B: Learning by Doing (LbD)Download
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14LeD 2.4: Articulation and ReflectionDownload
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15LeD 3.1: Construct your Own UnderstandingDownload
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16LeD 3.2: Contextualized LearningDownload
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17LeD 3.3: FeedbackDownload
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18LeD 3.4: Collaboration and Peer LearningDownload
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19LeD 3.5: Addressing DiversityDownload
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20LeD 4.1: Brief Recap and What’s Next?Download
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21LeD 4.2A: Selection and Analysis of Effective TechnologyDownload
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22LeD 4.2B: Effective Integration of TechnologyDownload
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23LeD 4.3A: Multimedia Principle and Contiguity PrincipleDownload
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24LeD 4.3B: Modality Principle and Redundancy PrincipleDownload
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25LeD 4.3C: Coherence PrincipleDownload
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26LeD 4.3D: Segmenting and Personalization PrincipleDownload
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27Visual Communication Strategies for Developing e-Learning ContentDownload
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28ClosingDownload
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29Industry Perspective: Forms of E-LearningDownload
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30Industry Perspective: Integrating LC elements in E-contentDownload
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31Industry Perspective: E-learning Design ProcessDownload
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