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ADDIE vs AGILE: How to set up a fast and effective eLearning production process


The ADDIE model for eLearning. ADDIE has been around since the 1950s. ADDIE is an acronym made up of five words: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. In its purest form, each phase of ADDIE should be completed in turn with the outcomes fed into the next phase. Pros of ADDIE. Development.

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eLearning Glossary Part 2: More Commonly Used Terms

Association eLearning

ADDIE- The ADDIE model is a process used by instructional designers and training developers offering guidelines for creating effective training. In the first phase, analysis, the problem is defined, the learning goals are established, and the learners preexisting skills are identified. But you weren’t full.

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ADDIE Isn’t So Bad Afterall, As Long As You Use It Right

IT Training Department Blog

Then there’s the shiny object crowd who’s always looking for something new and better. There’s the agile crowd who wants to jump right in, then there are those who think ADDIE can’t be iterative (it can). ADDIE may be an old instructional design model, but it isn’t outdated. Think again.

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The ADDIE Instructional Design Model Explained


The ADDIE Instructional Design Model Explained. Instructional design is an important part of the e-learning development process, but it is a concept rather than a descriptive approach. Instead, there are models that e-learning developers use to ensure they adhere to instructional design principles. An Introduction to ADDIE.

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What is the ADDIE Model? Less Than 100 Words

Roundtable Learning

Ready to learn more about the ADDIE Model? What is ADDIE? ADDIE is a well-known instructional design model used by instructional designers and training developers. In this phase, training professionals identify the instructional challenge of the program, as well as goals and learning objectives.

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Agile eLearning development: business goals and road map

Challenge to Learn

This is a first post in a series of post on Agile eLearning development. This series is sparked by the book ‘Leaving ADDIE for SAM’ by Michael Allen and Richard Sites. I do believe that agile software development can offer us even more very practical ‘best practices’ that we can apply to eLearning. Innovation.

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A Conversation about New “Agile Courseware” Book

Kapp Notes

I received a notice in my in-box the other day about a new self-published book that discussed the idea of something called Lean-Agile Courseware by Raytheon. It turns out the book is nonfiction business book about applying Lean and Agile principles to the development of learning-related projects.