Problems arise–learners do not meet learning objectives, performance goals are not attained, learners become frustrated–when instruction is created without a thorough analysis. When this happens the instructional designer must put on his or her investigator hat and locate the holes in the content and/or instructional materials. Instructional and training programs that begin with a thorough analysis produce efficient, effective, extraordinary results the first time around.
I’m learning two more Learning Management Systems– Blackboard and Canvas. I will add these to LMSs in my toolkit: Sakai and Jenzabar e-Racer.
What is your favorite LMS and why is it your favorite?
I’m working on an informal Quality Matters review for a criminal justice course. QM reviews give me the opportunity to keep my instructional design and online course development skills sharp while assisting a peer with his or her online course development.
This is the official relaunch of Extraordinary! by Design Instructional Design and Performance Improvement.