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Distance Education and Instructional Design

Class Descriptions: Distance Education and Instructional Design

Updated for 2013

In your supplemental information document, please include information about how diversity was incorporated into your entry. We understand that it is not always possible for everyone to include diversity in each project, so if diversity was not incorporated, please explain its absence.

Entries must be submitted online. No physical entries may be shipped.

Judging: Entries will be judged on editorial development, publishing and production values. Content/editorial development 30%, Effectiveness of design 30%, Production/execution 20%, Overall results/impacts of package 20%

Class 34 — Educational Package. Entries should include a suite of items that support a single educational program. Entries should contain multiple components (curriculum guides, games, posters, etc.) and may represent more than one medium (print, CD, DVD, website, etc.). Entries should describe the objectives, target audience, instructional design, and editorial development and design of materials appropriate for this audience. Information about use of resources, cost, and delivery methods should be included. Entries also should include evaluation results (simple and informal results are fine) showing the effectiveness of the educational materials. Online submissions only.

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