Beyond instructional design: Making learning design a reality

Rod Sims


The paper is based on the keynote presentation to the Online Learning and Teaching Conference held in Brisbane on September 23rd 2005. The theme of the conference, Beyond Delivery, was extremely timely as it marked the assertion that it was time to put the simple digitisation of materials behind us and focus on the active, engaging learning opportunities that effectively put the learning back into e-learning to take advantage of collaborative tools, learning communities and mediated conversation for new millennial learners. More importantly the statement that we are beyond delivery also suggests that it is time to embrace change and reflect on new ways to conceptualise the design of online learning environments.

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