How Human Performance Technology And Learning Experience Design Are Integrated

Learning Experience Design, LXD, is big and broad, and encompasses the entire ecosystem of learning both on the macro and micro scale. A trend is occurring in the eLearning space, where ISD models have taken precedence over HPT, and we miss out on the broader context of performance solutions. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Instructional Design Using The ADDIE Model

You already know that online courses are changing the way businesses train their employees. What are the benefits of creating online courses? Fewer overhead costs, a quicker Return On Investment, and the easy scalability of training. But do you know how to create an online course? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Agile Is Important For eLearning Development Today, Isn’t It?

Agile has been here in this industry for quite some time but it's fairly new in eLearning development. In this article, we will see how the Agile methodology is better in all aspects as compared to the traditional ADDIE methodology. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Agile production – online learning needs to get its skates on

Der Artikel ist „hingeworfen“: Ja, die Entwicklung von Online-Lernprogrammen, soweit sie dem klassischen Projektmanagement folgt (ADDIE), ist oft aufwändig und teuer. Und, ja, es sollte schneller gehen. Einige Stichworte, wie das aussehen könnte, erwähnt Donald Clark: „1. Assess and edit content, 2. Avoid SME iterations, 3. AI generated online learning, 4. Review actual content (online).“

Doch die Argumente werden überdeckt durch einfache Rechnungen, die „Cost Savings“ ausweisen, was mich an alte „E-Learning ist preiswerter als Präsenztraining“-Diskussionen erinnert. Und Donald Clark reduziert E-Learning auf die Inhaltsentwicklung und -vermittlung. Aber das war auch schon bei ADDIE das Problem.

„Business managers are often surprised when their request for online training will take many months not days, at 15-25k per hour of learning – oh and you’ll not be able to evaluate much, as the data is unlikely to tell you much (we have a thing called SCORM).“
Donald Clark, Donald Clark Plan B, 20. August 2018

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Evaluating the development and impact of an eLearning platform: the case of the Switzerland Travel Academy

Eine E-Learning-Fallstudie aus der Tourismus-Branche, eingebettet in aktuellen Veränderungen („eTourism“) und in daraus resultierende Notwendigkeit der Travel Agents, auf dem Laufenden zu bleiben. Vor diesem Hintergrund haben die Autoren die Einführung und Nutzung eines Kursangebots untersucht. Und zwar mit Hilfe eines neuen Evaluationskonzepts, eine Verbindung aus ADDIE und Kirkpatrick, das sie selbst entworfen haben und das aus ihrer Sicht den dynamischen, zirkulären Entwicklungsschritten eines E-Learning-Projekts besser entspricht. Es bleiben Fragen, zum Beispiel, wie man das Konzept in Projekten unterschiedlicher Größenordnung umsetzt.

„A new evaluation framework was proposed combining and adapting the ADDIE model with Kirkpatrick’s model, according to which evaluation of an eLearning platform should occur on two levels: internally and externally.“
Elide Garbani-Nerini, Nadzeya Kalbaska und Lorenzo Cantoni, in: In Stangl, B., Pesonen, J. (Eds.). Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism. Wien, New York: Springer 2018, S. 450-462 (via ResearchGate)

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Designing Instruction For Authentic Learning

An applied approach to Instructional Design where the Backwards Design model is integrated into the design phase of ADDIE to create Authentic Learning. Increase the transfer of knowledge effectiveness rate by allowing students to become active learners instead of passive receivers of information.

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A Practical Check-In With 4 Of The Most Popular Instructional Design Models

When choosing which Instructional Design model to apply in a learning course, it's often helpful to determine which methodologies are most applicable to the needs of your learners. The following article highlights 4 of the most popular Instructional Design models and how best to utilize them in training.

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