2nd Instructional Design Workshop for e content Development   
February 21-22  2013

Following the success of the Workshop on Instructional Design for e content Development held at IGNOU Maidan Garhi New Delhi on 29 and 30 November 2012 , British Council is supporting a two day hands on training workshop on Instructional Design. This workshop will be held at IIIT Hyderabad on 21 and 22 February 2013. It will be facilitated by UK and Indian experts. The participants of this workshop will gain practical knowledge on some of the prominent Instructional Design models of UK – SCATE as well as India - BUTTERFLY.  

Workshop objectives:

  • To give an insight into the different aspects of designing online content for learning, including content organisation, the way in which learners engage and the design of online activities in support of learning
  • To develop an initial understanding of criteria for high quality learning design and the evaluation of such quality 
  • To inform the longer term development of standards for high quality design for online learning
  • To engage with the latest international developments in online learning design and provision.

Trainers from UK

Ms Gwen van der Velden 
University of Bath

Gwen van der Velden is the Director of Learning and Teaching Enhancement at the University of Bath. She is responsible for the quality of learning at teaching at Bath, for e-learning provision and development, academic staff development, support for international students and academic and professional skills development for students. In her current wider role she takes responsibility for the institutional quality and reputation of learning and teaching, including national recognition for excellence in teaching at the University of Bath. 

Professor Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou
University of Bath

Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou is the Head of e-Learning at the University of Bath, UK. In her role, she leads the enhancement of learning and teaching through the use of technology and her work aims to inform both institutional policy and practice. She has numerous published works, has led national projects, is a peer reviewer for academic journals, a steering member of the UK Heads of e-Learning Forum and co-ordinates a Higher Education Academy national special interest group which brings together the fields of e-learning and the first year student experience.

Stylianos Hatzipanagos
Kings College London

Dr Stylianos Hatzipanagos is the Head of e-Learning in KLI. Stylianos teaches on the Masters in Academic Practice (MAP) programme. He is the Internal Examiner and exam board chair for the Masters in Academic Practice (MAP) as well as external examiner (PhD/MPhil) for the University of Wales and Internal Examiner (PhD) for the University of London. Stylianos research interests are in innovation in learning and teaching, assessment in higher education, computer mediated communication and computer supported collaborative work, usability of computer educational interfaces, design and evaluation of interactive learning environments etc.  

For queries you can write to IHE.India@in.britishcouncil.org