Assessing the Design of a Learning Program: Part 1

    As an instructional designer why would you want to assess the design of a learning program? It could be as straightforward as wanting to know if you have done a good job on the program design you just completed. It could be more complex. For example, you might want to identify which of the existing learning activities and materials have weak designs and would benefit from some updating. In some situations, organizations have standardized their instructional design methodology and want to confirm all the designers and developers are producing learning materials that adhere to the new standards.


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