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Instructional Design: Ideas and Techniques you can begin using today - Part 2
Staff Training and Patron Instruction
In part 2, we will continue the walk with Kimberly Salcewicz through parts of the instructional design process. She will focus on Task Analysis which is when an instructional designer takes a detailed look at the instructional project’s topic/procedure, before beginning to design. In addition to Task Analysis, she will share instructional design tips and strategies by walking through examples and addressing two instructional challenges.
Learn about task analysis and how it can help build effective instructional material
Explore two instructional challenges and some of their instructional solutions
Learn about the functions of graphics and how to use them to enhance your instructional material
If you missed Part 1 click here to register for the archive. The link to the archived webinar will appear in your confirmation email.
Kimberly Salcewicz has a background in education and project management. Over the past 13 years, she has created and facilitated instructional material for a variety of objectives and groups including, public school students, project teams, cross-functional client teams, and library patrons. She also has experience collaborating with companies and departments on how to improve or build their training and/or instructional materials. She is currently a full-time student at Kent State University earning a Master’s in Educational Technology. She will graduate in December.