March 2011
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Building the Right Interaction

Instructional design is not an exact science. Each finished course is the result of a series of decisions influenced by learning objectives, resources, and time. A decision that instructional designers make repeatedly is which interactive activities will help learners most efficiently and effectively achieve those learning objectives.

Instructional interactions are reciprocal events between the learner and the learner's environment that mutually influence one another. The overarching purpos


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