Join Jolie Miller for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Instructional Design Essentials: Working with SMEs.
- I enjoy working with Subject Matter Experts…because they make it possible for me to do…what I love, which is teaching others.…Sure, they're are challenging days here and there,…but I value the collaboration.…And if I'm doing my job well, the SME ID team…creates an educational product that's greater than…what either of could have done on our own.…Thank you for joining me on this journey,…and if you're interested in additional content…on Instructional Design and e-Learning tools,…please check out these courses and…the education segment on lynda.com.…I'd also love to hear about your adventures in ID…on Twitter @joliemiller, through your course feedback form,…or on LinkedIn.…
Thanks for watching and happy instructional designing.…
The course also shows you how to set up project schedules, overcome common obstacles, and use a variety of approaches to ensure that the content you build together will be stronger than the content either of you would build alone. The lessons are framed by a fictional ID/SME relationship that models how the two partners work together to create a customer-service training session.
- What is an SME?
- Understanding how designers and SMEs interact
- Getting to know the SME
- Building a schedule
- Outlining the content
- Managing deliverables
- Retaining the SME's voice
- Incorporating feedback
- Launching the content