Identify ethical, legal, and political dimensions of instructional design

Students respond to learning environments depending on how they are designed.  Discuss how a course designer can help make learning meaningful to students, in an online space, by integrating technology into the learning environment. Focus on the ethical and reflective decisions an instructional designer would make when selecting learning models that meet the needs of diverse learners.

Instructional Designers need to consider the following when making instructional decisions: a) Identify ethical, legal, and political dimensions of instructional design practice and instructional products (advanced)b) Plan for and respond to ethical, legal, and political consequences of design decisions (advanced)c) Recognize and respect the intellectual property rights of others (essential)d) Adhere to regulatory guidelines and organizational policies (essential)e) Comply with organizational and professional codes of ethics (essential)

How do these standards apply? Support your response with research and text concepts.

 

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