(5 cr.) In this course, students learn the foundational principles and elements of the instructional systems development process, from analysis through evaluation. Students explore commonly used instructional design models, such as ADDIE, and learn how to apply them in an education or training environment. They gain an understanding of the preliminary phases of instructional design models, such as writing instructional objectives and conducting analyses. Students also focus on incorporating sound instructional strategies into the design and development of instructional systems and into the development of prototypes in real-world instructional settings. (Prerequisite(s): EDUC 5105).