Development – A Factory model

Cennamo, K. and Kalk, D. (2005). Real world instructional design. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. The Development phase is treated as a factory model which may be more appropriate for large-scale projects than for individual courses. The team management section could be a separate text, and while the graphics section should add a paragraph on 3D… Continue reading Development – A Factory model


Let’s get down to business

Smith & Ragan (1999). Instructional Design. New York: Wiley. pp. 361-386. The Smith/Regan chapter, even though it dealt more with print production than is my particular interest, was incredibly specific. In my previous career, I worked for a textbook publisher (Boo! Hiss! Textbook prices!) and so the details on print production were familiar. What I… Continue reading Let’s get down to business