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Origins of the ADDIE framework

Published: Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Here's an article with resources and references on the true form of ADDIE which is not a model of instructional design, but rather a framework of the Instructional Systems Development (ISD) process. This should help any learning professsional as a guide to how to frame your talent development interventions so they can be properly measured and therefore demonstrate business value. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/addie-id-model-never-alexander-salas/

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I agree that the misconceptions are a big hurdle for many IDs, particularly when they aren't owning the entire system. Whether C or E, the maintenance and iteration are crucial. I enjoyed your article, thanks for sharing!
Great timing Marc, I just landed an amazing interview with Dr. Robert K Branson, the author of the original ADDIE https://youtu.be/EJEgs8M6hBY
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I do find that the framework ADDIE (or ADDIC per your article) provides does present a good foundation for any Learning Designer. Can effective impact be created without using it, of course it can, but it provided a shared vocabulary and helped get many designers moving in the right direction.
Thanks Keith, the notions of framework vs model are very important because one is reproducible and can be ratified by others. The other big discussion is that the application ADDIE should not be left to interpretation and I'm afraid that's what has happened due to misinformation.
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