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ADDIE and ARCS in Instructional Design

The two most popular models of instructional design (ID) are known by the acronyms ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate) and ARCS (Attention, Relevance, Confidence, Satisfaction).

June 2015

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Principles of Instructional Design

Instructional design (ID) is based on three psychological principles of learning: behavioral, cognitive and constructivist.

June 2015 | Mind Tools

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Introduction to Instructional Design

Among the L&D professional's basic skills is an ability to design learning materials, but doing so for remote delivery to a diverse audience, online, can be tricky.

June 2015

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Agents of Change and Merging Cultures

Are change agents really the superheroes of organizational change, and how do they approach the enormous challenge of mergers and acquisitions?

May 2015

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Turning learning into action, with Emma Weber

What's the point of running training programs? That may seem like a dumb question but, often, the purpose of corporate training - boosting productivity by developing people's skills - gets lost somewhere along the way.

February 2015 | Rachel Salaman

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