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People become e-learning professionals via many paths. They might be good at explaining technical concepts or have a way with PowerPoint. Skills needed range from having the ability to analyze a problem to having the ability to write cogent assessment questions, with some desktop publishing, graphics design, and technical skills thrown in along with a heavy dose of adult learning theory. “Accidental” instructional designers (IDs) may start out as specialists in any (or none) of these areas.

Learn more about Cammy Bean's personal insights and tips on instructional design for e-learning in The Accidental Instructional Designer, 2nd Edition book summary.

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