Next Start Date:
January 8, 2018
This course is part of a certificate program. You can also take it without enrolling in the program.
The second course in the E-Learning Design & Development certificate program explores management considerations for developing e-learning courses and programs. Choose the most effective and efficient delivery formats and select appropriate tools for your practicum project.
We offer this program in two formats: a regular version consisting of four courses over three quarters, and an intensive version consisting of four courses over two quarters.
Designing E-Learning Environments
Developing & Managing E-Learning
E-Learning Assessment & Evaluation
Certificate in E-Learning Design & Development
Approved by the UW College of Education.
View this program's advisory board.
Each of our programs uses an advisory board to review content, guide design and recommend updates to ensure the program remains current as the field of study evolves. By tapping the minds of the top thinkers, doers and leaders in the field, we offer a transformational learning experience. The following individuals serve as the advisory board for this program.
Rovy Branon, Vice Provost, University of Washington Continuum College
Lindsey Brockish, Lead Interactive Designer, Alere Wellbeing, Seattle
Sheryl Burgstahler, Director, DO-IT and UW Access Technology Centers, UW-IT; Affiliate Professor, College of Education, University of Washington
Robin Chin Roemer, Instructional Design & Outreach Services Librarian, UW Libraries
Roxanna Garrison, Assistant Managing Librarian, Lynnwood Library, Sno-Isle Libraries
Mark Jenkins, eLearning and Open Education, Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
Stephen Kerr, Professor Emeritus, Learning Sciences and Educational Technology, College of Education, University of Washington
Shawn Lock, Senior Program Manager, Channel Readiness, F5 Networks
Darren Nerland, Technology Learning Manager, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Mike Opaliski, Learning & Performance Consultant
Tom Pendergast, Director of Instructional Design, MediaPro Inc.
James Peters, Founder and Director, Seabold Learning
Larry Royce, Educational Technology Consultant and Retired Teacher, Bellevue Christian School
Joni Swanson, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, Mount Vernon School District
George Thompson, Education and Community Development Specialist, School Employees Credit Union of Washington
Elizabeth West, Associate Professor, College of Education, University of Washington
Kim Wells, Organization Development Advisor, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Courses are offered 100 percent online. The flexible online format allows you to access course content wherever you are, on your own schedule. You simply need to complete assignments by their due dates. Lessons, assignments and other course materials are delivered through a Web-based learning management system, such as Canvas or Moodle, which also serves as a hub for communicating with your instructors and classmates.
Our special blended programs combine the convenience of online study with the vibrancy of in-person classes for a unique learning experience.
Not available for this course
Attend class in person at one of our convenient locations. You’ll engage face to face with your classmates and instructors as part of a highly interactive curriculum. An online learning management system may be required to access some course materials and assignments.
This course is part of a certificate program. You can take this course without enrolling in the certificate program, but it won't automatically count toward earning the certificate. To apply to the full certificate program instead, visit the Certificate in E-Learning Instructional Design page.
To apply to this course, you’ll need to submit the following:
We accept course applicants on a space-available basis and will email you before the first class to let you know if you’ve been accepted. If accepted, you’ll need to pay the course fee to complete your registration.
If you're not a native English speaker, you’ll need to have at least basic English language skills to enroll. To learn more, see English Language Proficiency Requirements.
Because this offering is 100 percent online, no visa is required and international students are welcome to apply. For more information, see Admission Requirements for International Students.
You must have access to a computer, and we recommend a high-speed internet connection.
You earn the certificate by successfully completing all required courses. For more information, see Completing Your Program.
This course is offered 100 percent online and runs from January 8, 2018, to March 16, 2018.
Associate Director of Technical Services, Enrollment Management, University of Washington
You'll earn 5 continuing education units (CEUs) for successfully completing this course. Learn more about noncredit courses.
This course is offered 100 percent online and runs from March 19, 2018, to May 6, 2018.