Instructional Design –and— Quality Assurance

In order to operationalize (put a handle on) and measure quality assurance, we must first define “quality”. The Merriam Webster online dictionary defines quality three ways: 1) how good or bad something is 2) a characteristic or feature that someone or something has : something that can be noticed as a part of a person or […]

FIRST—do your homework!

Instructional design is a systematic, goal-oriented process for generating instructional materials aimed at achieving explicit goals. Yet, new flashy technologies often lure instructors into technology selection before systematic design for learning. The end result is much  like a baseball player at bat, so convinced that a home-run is at hand and just fractions of a section […]