University of Michigan
An Introduction to Learning Experience Design (LXD) Specialization
University of Michigan

An Introduction to Learning Experience Design (LXD) Specialization

Applying knowledge of learning design to practice. Explore the science of how people learn, working to create engaging and effective learning experiences

Taught in English

Rebecca Quintana, PhD
Chris Quintana

Instructors: Rebecca Quintana, PhD

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  • Explore the profession of learning experience design by attending the "big ideas" of LXD, inclusive design, and the role of technology

  • Focus on how theories of learning and motivation, design frameworks, and learning taxonomies inform learning outcomes and course outlines

  • Learn about multimedia design strategies, assessment design, and evaluation approaches to ensure alignment with learning goals

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Specialization - 3 course series

Get in-depth knowledge of a subject

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Beginner level
No prior experience required
1 month at 10 hours a week
Flexible schedule
Learn at your own pace

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Specialization - 3 course series

What you'll learn

  • Learn the key components of the learning experience design process

  • Use inclusive design principles and frameworks

  • Identify possible learning design career pathways

Skills you'll gain

Category: Professional Development
Category: Instructional Design
Category: Technology Integration
Category: Design Process
Category: Inclusive Design

What you'll learn

  • Analyze learner needs and learning contexts

  • Implement taxonomies and theories for design

  • Align learning outcomes with course outlines

Skills you'll gain

Category: Instructional Design
Category: analysis
Category: Prototyping
Category: Design Frameworks
Category: Learning theories

What you'll learn

  • Develop assessments for learning

  • Use media design strategies to create engaging course content

  • Evaluate designs for learning 

Skills you'll gain

Category: Professional Development
Category: Content Creation
Category: Evaluation
Category: Instructional Design
Category: Design Strategies

Instructors

Rebecca Quintana, PhD
University of Michigan
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