The Instructional Architect (ia.usu.edu) is an easy-to-use tool that
allows you to
online resources from the National Science
Digital Library (nsdl.org) and the Web,
them to create
engaging and interactive educational web pages, and
work with others. You can freely explore and use the IA at any
The IA enables you to:
to store your collection of
resources and Instructional Architect projects;
using the resources you find;
with your students and other
Take an IA tour
Take an IA tour to get a brief introduction to the Instructional
In your web browser, go to ia.usu.edu (access
Click on the link "TAKE THE TOUR" at the right bottom of the
Example IA projects
To give you a sense of the kinds of learning activities you can
create with the Instructional Architect, we selected the following IA
projects, created by teachers.
Ms. Johnson's, "
" includes a simple
weather simulator. This project is appropriate for elementary or middle
Mr. Hughes', "
ANGLES AND PROTRACTORS
includes an interactive game. This resource is good for elementary
Miss J. Reed's, "
" includes several
interesting games and quizzes.
IA Project Showcase
view more example IA projects.
by the Contributing Authors.
factcouraud. (2007, March 07). Introduction. Retrieved January 07, 2011, from Free Online Course Materials — USU OpenCourseWare Web site: http://ocw.usu.edu/instructional-technology-learning-sciences/connecting-people-with-online-resources/content/intro_inst_arch.htm.
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