Instructional Design vs. Instructional Development: What’s the Difference?

eLearningMind

Whether you’re working with an eLearning vendor or creating training in-house, understanding the difference between design and development helps you see the big picture. The design phase is the portion of the development cycle where the designer is putting pen to paper to create a concept.

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E-Learning Jargon: What you might think it is.well…

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The spin is that you can accrue points by reading an article, taking a course, leaving comments, ranking content, completing an assessment and so on – varies among vendors. Hence some vendors might pitch “gaming elements”, but there is no way – the point above – is what the rest of the world sees as gaming elements. For some reason a lot of vendors, erroreously assume that modules is widely used – it isn’t.

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The Most PROVOCATIVE Shout-Outs From Today’s Learning Innovators

Learnnovators

Are they still using pen and paper? And it’s the black box of the ADDIE model. ” – Connie Malamed in her post here. However, we are of the opinion that this should be extended to all stakeholders impacted by learning (including the organisation, management, Learning & Development (L&D), learning tools/platform, employees, and maybe even customers and vendors). ”

THE MOST PROVOCATIVE SHOUT-OUTS FROM TODAY’S LEARNING INNOVATORS

Learnnovators

Are they still using pen and paper? And it’s the black box of the ADDIE model. ” – Connie Malamed in her post here. However, we are of the opinion that this should be extended to all stakeholders impacted by learning (including the organisation, management, Learning & Development (L&D), learning tools/platform, employees, and maybe even customers and vendors). ” QUOTE: “ The future belongs to those who not only have the courage to shout, “The emperor has no clothes!”