Rapid Instructional Design: Learning ID Fast and Right

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Wiley, Feb 10, 2000 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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Get it done fast and get it done right!You're busy! You don't have the time or the need to wade through the theory of a traditional instructional design book. But you do 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. Right?This book is what you've been waiting for! If you have any involvement in training or HRD at all, you'll find this guide to understanding and creating quick and effective training designs an asset to your work. This is the book is for you if:? You're an occasional instructional designer. As a subject matter expert you are, from time to time, called upon to not only deliver training, but to create it. This book will teach you what ID is and why it's important. Plus, you'll find the basic instructional design methodology helpful in quickly creating effective training.? You're a temporary instructional designer. Perhaps you've taken a position as a training professional in a strategic career move or maybe you've just "found" yourself in the position of providing training for your organization because you're good at it. Either way, you may not be sufficiently prepared for your new responsibilities, so you'll appreciate the comprehensive set of tools this book gives you to work with-everything from analyzing your company's training needs to evaluating programs to make sure those needs have been met.? You're a seasoned designer. You already know how to design well, but you want a guide that will give you new ideas and methods-fast.? You're not a designer. You may be a manager or an administrator who determines when training is needed or purchases it from outside vAndors. You still need an understanding of what instructional design is and you need to know what your options are. You'll learn about the various delivery methods-from traditional classroom

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Contents

What Is This Instructional Design Stuff Anyway?
1
Pre Instructional Design
13
Do You Know What You Need to Do? Analysis
43
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George M. Piskurich is an organizational learning and performance consultant specializing in e-learning interventions, performance analysis, and telecommuting. He is the author of numerous books including "Getting the Most from Online Learning," "Self-Directed Learning: A Practical Guide to Design" and "Preparing Learners for e-Learning" all published by Pfeiffer.

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