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Basics of ISD Revisited

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Instructional systems development (ISD) is the gold standard for curriculum development professionals in every aspect of education and training.

This Infoline sets the stage for ISD by first explaining its origin and approach and then presenting the classic ADDIE Model, with each phase of the model discussed in turn. You will also learn about the role of objectives and evaluation in instructional design as well as new developments in emerging technologies and ISD quality control.

Book Details

  • ISBN: 9781562867300

  • Pages: 20

  • Publication Date: October 2010

  • Formats: Paperback, PDF

  • Product Code: 251010

About the Authors
Chuck Hodell PhD

Chuck Hodell has been writing, practicing, and teaching instructional systems design for many years. His books and articles have earned him the title of "The Man Who Wrote the Book on ISD." His bestselling four editions of ISD From the Ground Up and his SMEs From the Ground Up books are used internationally both in academic settings and in the practice of instructional design. He is also the author of many ATD Infolines, TD magazine articles, Best on ISD and is an ASTD Handbook contributor. He has appeared in ATD videos and participated in numerous online and ATD international conferences, including teaching preconference programs in ISD.Hodell has designed thousands of training programs for the White House, major corporations, nonprofits, numerous apprenticeship programs as well as assisting clients in Egypt, Africa, Europe, and other locations around the world.He presently serves as affiliate professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and associate director and faculty of the Learning and Performance Technology master's program at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Hodell served as deputy provost at the National Labor College and has held faculty positions at Antioch University and other institutions. He presently serves as the academic advisor for the Instructor Certification Program at the International Masonry Training and Education Foundation.Hodell holds a PhD in language, literacy and culture from UMBC, a master’s degree in ISD from UMBC, and an undergraduate degree from Antioch University.


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