ATD 2017 Recap: Silver, Gold, and Bronze: How Much Effort Should You Really Invest In an ID Project

Tuesday, September 27, 2016 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Saul Carliner, Professor, Concordia University Department of Education

Although many people blame the ADDIE instructional design process for the slow pace of instructional design (ID) projects, the real issue might be that people are investing more effort than a particular project is worth. Through a series of case activities, this session introduces a three-tiered approach to projects, suggests the level of effort appropriate to each type of project, and translates that into practical action---that is, adjusting the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation activities to the needs of the project, without sacrificing its quality. This session also provides an opportunity to apply the concepts to your current projects.


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Saul Carliner
Saul Carliner

Professor, Concordia University Department of Education

Saul Carliner is a Professor of Educational Technology at Concordia University in Montreal, and author of the best-selling ATD Press book, Training Design Basics (now in its second edition) and award-winning Informal Learning Basics. He is a Fellow and past board member of the Institute for Performance and Learning and past Research Fellow of ATD.

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