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What Models are Instructional Designers Using Today?
What Models are Instructional Designers Using Today?

The rapid evolution of instructional design, its relative novelty, and trends impacting it serve to cloud understanding and complicate practice. This study sought insight into an area of instructional design practice in higher education by exploring…

The Design Models We Have Are Not the Design Models We Need
The Design Models We Have Are Not the Design Models We Need

Whitbeck (1996) presents a design-anchored approach to ethics that provides a way to think about the intersection of instructional design and social justice. While ethics are typically treated as deciding between what is “right” or &ldquo…

Instructional Design Prototyping Strategies
Instructional Design Prototyping Strategies

One of the differences between design as practiced in our field and traditional art is that our designs must not only be interesting, engaging, and even beautiful, but they must also be useful for someone—the end users or learners. Over 2,000 y…