Relationships of IDs & SMEs

Subject Matter Experts, also known as SMEs, have the knowledge and Instructional Designers have the “know-how”, put the two together and you a recipe for success. Attempting to “do justice” to someone else’s ideas can be a daunting task if an instructional designer is not careful in their preparation and cultivation of the relationship with... Continue Reading →

Interview Like a Pro

While interviewing or being interviewed is considered a nerve-wrecking process for many, it doesn’t have to be, if you just take the time to get prepared, beforehand (Mencher, 2011). A little bit of research and preparation can mean the difference between a successful interview or an epic failure. With that said, here are a few... Continue Reading →

How Does Learning Grow?

Does learning begin when we hear, see, smell, touch or taste? In this day and age, we have the world at our fingertips. If something doesn't interest us we have the option to swipe left, we can change the channel or surf the web. If the attention span of half of our workforce has decreased,... Continue Reading →

Journey to Design

Every day is a day to learn. Some days we learn more than others. When on the path to becoming an instructional designer, the learning never stops. Article after article, chapter after chapter, and video after video all seem to say the same thing "learning is visual." Most people think of learning as something that... Continue Reading →

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