Computer-Aided Course Authoring
Knowledge of and ability to use tools and techniques to develop instructional materials using specialized course authoring software.
Identifies basic concepts of course authoring tools.
Describes basic features and requirements of course authoring software.
Documents examples of organization's computer-aided courses.
Compiles a list of basic facilities available to a course developer, administrator, and learner.
Assists in creating computer-aided courses, including content, structure and appearance.
Utilizes basic course authoring tools and programs.
Reports computer-aided course authoring problems.
Researches new developments in course authoring software.
Adheres to course authoring procedures and policies.
Designs computer-aided courses for different user groups.
Advises on how to use advanced techniques and tools for computer-aided course authoring.
Recommends solutions to complex course authoring problems in a professional manner.
Oversees designers and other professionals to accomplish project goals.
Implements course authoring procedures and policies within the department.
Evaluates computer-aided course authoring best practices throughout the industry.
Designs and develops computer-aided instructional materials for critical users.
Champions the adoption of the latest course authoring tools and techniques.
Leads discussions on course authoring challenges and their associated solutions.
Creates a knowledge sharing environment for those in different departments.
Establishes benchmarks for course-authoring within both the organization and the industry.
Predicts the trends and directions of computer-aided course authoring in the market.
- Which kinds of computer-aided courses have you designed?
- What are common computer-aided course authoring procedures and policies?
- Describe your experience with course authoring tools and programs.
- Are users satisfied with computer-aided courses you've created?