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Use SAM to create engaging learning: Agile Instructional Design
Use SAM to create engaging learning: Agile Instructional Design

Many instructional design and development processes typically produce ineffective products, often accompanied by delayed timelines and missed budgetary targets. By focusing on an iterative approach, often referred to as agile design, design teams are offered strategies for short work cycles to produce the best possible work product given realistic constraints. This video tutorial from Dr. Richard Sites will provide insights into the power of implementing an iterative design process

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Skill Level Intermediate
57m 29s
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Instructional Design Education + Elearning

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