Systematic Design of Performance Technology

 

Course Description

IT 651 -- Systematic Design for Performance Improvement: This is a course for educators interested in designing performance improvement systems, from classroom/lecture to individualized instruction. Students will explore the various components of the instructional design process including content analysis, sequencing, goal analysis and instructional strategies as they develop instructional sequences.

 

App Development Workshop


Ever have a good idea for an Apple App but didn’t know where to start? This workshop will provided the necessary steps to follow, the hardware and software needed, what to learn, the places to find content and the App Store submission process. The focus of this workshop is on the process required for publication of an app and while it does not provide an in-depth tutorial on scripting and coding, it will provide what software to learn and where to access the software. Whether you are interested in developing; have an app in development; or want to publish your app in the world marketplace (i.e. Apple App Store), you will need to know and understand the process involved to successfully get your app published.

 

Presented By:
Trevor Dugan
Kelly Dugan

Intro

Ever have a good idea for an Apple App but didn’t know where to start? This workshop will provide the necessary steps to follow, the hardware and software needed, what to learn, the places to find content and the App Store submission process. The focus of this workshop is on the process required for publication of an app and while it does not provide an in-depth tutorial on scripting and coding, it will provide what software to learn and where to access the software. Whether you are interested in developing; have an app in development; or want to publish your app in the world marketplace (i.e. Apple App Store), you will need to know and understand the process involved to successfully get your app published.

This Apple App iOS Publishing Workshop will instruct interested developers (potential, freelance and professionals) on the process one is required to go through for successful publication. This workshop will teach you how to go about getting an app published and what steps to take if your initial submissions are denied. By the end of Part I, participants will be expected to complete the application process and apply for developer certification. For Part II and Part III participants will need access to the computers to explore the resources available to them as a certified developer while following the instructor. Submission of the participant’s app will NOT occur during this workshop. Parts II and III of the workshop are designed to familiarize the newly certified developer to the software, processes and procedures they will need to know for adequate testing, fixes and submission.

This edition of the workshop is intended for highly motivated individuals with an explicit skill set. While future editions of this workshop will include more material for individuals not yet at the skill level required to partake in this version, the first edition is designed for a targeted audience.