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[edm-announce] Last Call for June: Gain learning engineering expertise with Carnegie Mellon University

  • From: mbett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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  • Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021 15:34:42 +0000

This is the last call to enroll in cohort-based certificate courses for
instructional designers, educational professionals and executives offered
by LearnLab at Carnegie Mellon University. *Courses start this Monday, June
7th*.

Gain expertise in a variety of three to four week short courses based on
our highly rated Masters of Educational Technology and Applied Learning
Science (METALS) <https://metals.hcii.cmu.edu> curriculum. Courses start
the first Monday of each month and are run as a cohort so you can learn
together and from each other. See the announcement below for more details.
Please let me know if you have any questions and feel free to share this
announcement with others.

Best,

*Michael Bett*
LearnLab Managing Director
www.learnlab.org
<http://www.learnlab.org/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=spring2018&el=22>
METALS Managing Director
metals.hcii.cmu.edu
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Learnlab/379480872145833
Twitter: https://twitter.com/learnlabslc

Read this email in your browser. <https://learnlab.org/expertise>

Gain learning engineering expertise with

[image: Carnegie Mellon University]

*The Leader in Learning Engineering*
[image: courses are ideal for industry professionals and executives in
instructional design, learning science, and data science.]
Our education program consists of a growing list of short courses (from
three to four weeks) as well as full semester courses. These courses are
ideal for industry professionals and executives in instructional design,
learning science, and data science. See complete details at
http://learnlab.org/expertise  ;<http://learnlab.org/expertise>.

Three short courses starting June 7th!
See the full list of courses and get started now!
<https://learnlab.org/online-education-building-expertise-in-learning-engineering/#availableCourses>
All courses have a 48 hour grace period.

What makes us different?  Learn in a cohort to employ an evidence-based
continuous improvement methodology to develop effective and
engaging educational experiences. Learn from the world’s leading
researchers in learning analytics, curriculum design, and educational data
mining in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute and the Psychology
Department.

[image: Learn together in a cohort]
Learn in a cohort

Take courses together  *with people like you. *Learn together and from each
other. All courses start the first Monday of the month and include regular
deadlines to keep you on track as well as a week long final project.
[image: An open backpackshowing books, a laptop, and a calculator outside
the backpack.]
Deliver exceptional educational experiences

Create evidence-based solutions that are not only desirable and engaging,
but also enhance learning.
[image: A microscope and chemistry beakers implying an experiment]
Apply & adapt learning science principles

Identify opportunities for course improvement and adapt learning science
principles to your needs.
[image: scene depicting studying with a laptop, calculator, phone, pencil
and paper]
Employ data driven continuous improvement

Apply educational data mining to evaluate and improve educational solutions.

Courses Available Now

All courses start the first Monday of the month, include regular deadlines
to keep you on track as well as a final project.
[image: Evidence-Based Backward Design Learn how to employ agile and
iterative methodologies to design innovative e-learning online interactions
and technology to make learning more effective and efficient.]
<https://learnlab.org/evidence-based-backward-design/>[image: Multimedia
Principles of E-learning Learn about and how to apply the six multimedia
principles key to designing effective, engaging digital instructional
activities and learning experiences whether it is a video, presentation, or
a fully online course.]
<https://learnlab.org/multimedia-principles-of-e-learning/>[image: Foster
Active Learning How do you know that the chosen instruction method is
effective? Is there a method of instruction that would be best for a
certain type of material?] <https://learnlab.org/foster-active-learning/>

Businesses looking to upskill their employees on the latest learning
engineering and instructional design skills can reach out to us for
one-on-one consultation meetings and more information.

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