This workshop covers the basics of operating VISION Developer. The intended audience is the basic user, instructors and instructional technologists.
Participants will be able to navigate the system, perform the core instructional activities and generate reports, exams, and JPMs after completing the course. The majority of this workshop is conducted as a series of hands-on exercises, each one centered on a core part of ADDIE model.
The workshop begins by explaining the scope and purpose of the VISION Developer module and how information is connected to support the ISD/SAT process. Users learn how to navigate the program, use basic operations and special features that support the instructional analysis and design activities.
The balance of the workshop consists of hands-on exercises during which the participants use VISION to complete a slice of core instructional analysis and design activities that comprise the ADDIE process. Users are given data products (based on an actual customer project) and procedural guidelines (exercise handbook) and challenged to enter the data in VISION to produce a set of print-based outcomes.
By the end of the workshop, participants will create a JTA report, task surveys, task to training matrix, a procedure (OJT guide), qualification checklist, objectives reports, a course outline, lesson units with sequenced objectives and an exam, and other outcomes.
Anyone charged with using VISION to conduct any or all parts of the ISD/SAT process, supervisors who would like to understand how VISION works, and users who want an in-depth refresher on the basics will benefit.
Working knowledge of the ISD/SAT process and related terminology is very important. Ability to type and use basic Windows/Office features is also important.