IDSN521: Graphic Design for Instructional Designers

Examines the links between graphic design principles and the planning, design, and creation of effective learning materials in print, online or blended environments. Explores basic principles of graphic design, including layout, typography, and colour theory. Examines the key learning theories underpinning the connections between graphic treatment and learner engagement and cognition.
Credits: 3.0

IDSN522: Project Management for Instructional Designers

Explores project management techniques and frameworks. Examines the essential basics of project management, including scheduling, budgeting and quality. Builds an understanding of client expectations from a variety of perspectives. Exposes students to the importance of team work in the process of project management.
Credits: 3.0

LRNT504: Instructional Design for Technology-Mediated Learning

Builds on concepts introduced in LRNT 501. Enables students to examine how learning theory influences instructional design from a variety of perspectives: content presentation, learning activities, and assessment. Introduces a broad range of instructional design models and allows students to evaluate the merits and suitability of each within specific learning contexts.
Credits: 3.0


Prepares students for a successful launch into their learning journey by creating an opportunity for students to meet and get to know one another in a virtual setting. Offers a fully-online introduction to the applicable program within the School of Education and Technology. Provides overview of the program and course options and introduces students to the RRU technology platforms.
Credits: 0.0