Start Date and Duration

5/8 - 6/18


Each optional session is 1 hour (6 - 7 p.m.).

Location and Format



3 CEUs



Early Bird Rate
Regular Registration

Program Details

This workshop serves as an introduction to instructional design and eLearning in various contexts. Specific models of instructional design and tools for eLearning will be introduced. Workshop participants will begin to develop a course or training workshop for their personal or professional use.

Reinvent Your Career

This workshop will be a five-week workshop (May 8 - June 18), consisting of five online learning modules.

Participants can join in on three optional online synchronous sessions (via Zoom) on Tuesdays, May 10, May 24 and June 7.

Learners will be able to:

  • Describe instructional design processes.
  • Select appropriate eLearning technologies for developing content. 
  • Apply workshop content to create a development plan for a course or unit.

You'll Learn

  • Module 1: Introduction to Workshop; Overview of Instructional Design and eLearning
  • Module 2: Mapping Learning: Instructional Design and Curriculum Development
  • Module 3: Meeting the Needs of Learners
  • Module 4: Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Courses
  • Module 5: Wrap-Up and Project Presentations


Andrew Blick is Director of Instructional Design and Curriculum Services for Outreach and Continuing Education (OCE) and oversees programs including WesternOnline and Summer Session, and supports planning and assessment for OCE programs. He has been with OCE since 2010 and works with a variety of units to support their operations. He has published and presented on areas related to assessment in education, instructional design, program development, and new media rhetoric. He holds a Masters of Education, Bachelors in Spanish and Linguistics, and certificates in Bilingual Education and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, all from Western Washington University. He is a doctoral candidate in Technical Communication and Rhetoric at Texas Tech University.

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