Application of an Instructional Design Model for Industry Training: From Theory to Practice

Application of an Instructional Design Model for Industry Training: From Theory to Practice

Elizabeth Hanlis (University of Alberta, Canada)
Copyright: © 2004 |Pages: 24
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-150-6.ch003
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Abstract

This chapter examines reflections, considerations, and the problems encountered when attempting to apply an instructional design model in the design and development of two online courses for industry training. Recommendations are included for instructional designers to avoid and handle many of the issues that arise in the real world. Specific issues addressed include: tight budgets, limited cooperation from SMEs, high expectations of clients, major changes to ‘finalized designs,’ and the importance of dealing with such matters promptly and effectively. The significance of both formative and summative evaluation and the role of project management are also discussed.

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