1. Sadler, L. (2006). Job aid for the instructional design process following the Morrison, Ross, and Kemp model.
Regent University – Center for Teaching & Learning.
The resource covers the following elements of the systematic process of course design:
3. Moore, C. (2010). The anti-course: An instructional job aid.
Here’s a short video that shows how we can break our addiction to the course and move training closer to the job. It shows how we can use an instructional reference to help people learn by doing at work.
4. Piskurich, G. M. (2006). Rapid instructional design: learning ID fast and right. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
This is the second edition of the best-selling book that shows how to get instructional design done fast and get it done right! If you need a basic understanding of what instructional design is and a hands-on, to-the-point method of ensuring that the training and performance interventions you put into place meet the needs of your staff and your organization, this book is for you. It offers a no-nonsense walk through all the steps in the instructional design process and each step is explained in language that is conversational and easy to understand. This new edition addresses such topics as learning analysis, return on investment, and designing asynchronous and synchronous e-learning, as well as a wealth of illustrative examples of storyboards and professional commentary and case studies from professionals in the field.
(The 2000 edition is available at Hodges Library.)
5. Rees, D. (2011). 2011′s Ten-Plus-Two Books for Instructional Designers.
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