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What is Instructional Development Model (SP/T-ADDIE Model)

Encyclopedia of Distance Learning, Second Edition
Communication tool for determining appropriate outcomes, collecting data, analyzing data, generating learning strategies, selecting or constructing media, conducting assessment, and implementing and revising results.
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A Large-Scale Model for Working with Subject Matter Experts
Judith A. Russo-Converso (CSC, USA) and Ronald D. Offutt (Northrup-Grumman Information Technology, USA)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-198-8.ch189
The evolution of complex and distributed commerce requires the implementation of training design and development models that capture and mold the expertise of subject matter experts (SMEs). A SME is defined as “that individual who exhibits the highest level of expertise in performing a specialized job, task, or skill within the organization”. SMEs possess in-depth knowledge of the subject you are attempting to document ( Subject_Matter_Expert_-_SME-396.htm). This chapter describes a unique issue, and potential risk, along with a solution to work with a large number of geographically dispersed SMEs (separated from one another due to their respective locations), whose efforts are standardized and synchronized. This solution is based on a collaboration model implemented and led by an integration team whose role and responsibility is to allow the SMEs to achieve consensus, efficiency, and standard of quality in both products and processes.
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