Instructional Design SIG: Using a Design Document

  • 09 Mar 2022
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Zoom


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Are a training plan and a detailed design document synonymous? Or are they two different documents that are both necessary for a successful training implementation for your department or organization?

A training plan is defined as a detailed document that guides the planning and delivery of instruction. The detailed design document formally records the design of the content — that is, the lessons or modules and all the deliverables necessary.

What kind of documentation do you use to help you define what you create?

Join us as we discuss various iteration of documentation and what is helpful or not, with other instructional design professionals.

Melanie Elick: Instructional Design SIG Leader

Melanie is a hands-on Instructional Designer with over 20 years of experience designing training using ILT, Blended, and eLearning approaches. She has an ATD Project Management for Learning Professionals Certificate; and has experience and expertise in driving teams, developing curriculum, and incorporating technical aspects with strong adult learning perspective. Melanie has a high internal drive for professionalism, efficiency and efficacy of training materials and content, and making learning fun!
Her specialties include: Curriculum Development and Design, development of eLearning, course analysis, needs analysis, implementation of standards to education, call center training, new hire training, medical insurance experience, radiology and CT experience.

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