Organizations across the business world, government and higher education are looking for talented learning designers who possess the experience, academic background and aptitude to design effective and engaging instructional materials.
A Guide to Learning Design: Definitions, Benefits & Career Paths
The way we learn — both in academic and non-academic settings — has changed drastically in the last year.
Instructional design — an important education-related field that traces its roots to World War II — is certainly in the spotlight these days.
How do college instructors ensure that their lessons are effective, and that students are grasping challenging concepts? How do a growing number of big companies train their employees and onboard new ones? How do a wide variety of government and private-sector organizat…
Nowadays, it seems like employers everywhere are looking for skilled instructional designers. This fast-growing career field features good-paying jobs across a wide variety of industries such as education, government, business, manufacturing and more.
Why Learning Models That Date Back to WWII Are So Important Today
When it comes to instructional design models and theories, ADDIE is the most widely recognized name among professional learning designers (more on “her” in a moment).
An employee training program has the ability to be an extremely successful and useful resource — and continuing education is something that the workforce seems to value.
Instructional design career opportunities are becoming more abundant every day across nearly all sectors — and with that comes the challenge of keeping your learners motivated and engaged.
As More Training and Education Moves Online, MS-LDT Grooms Grads for Success as Instructional Designers
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