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Chapter 1. Instructional Design 101 > Exploring Design: The First D in ADDIE

Exploring Design: The First D in ADDIE

In the design phase of the ADDIE instructional model, an instructional designer creates documents that are eventually handed off to the development team. The designer might or might not be available during the development process, so these documents must be as complete as possible. With clear design documents, the developers will be able to carry out the training design accurately and effectively. During the design phase, the following documents are produced:

  • A list of instructional objectives

  • A list of assessment (test) questions

  • A storyboard containing information about interactive elements, media elements, and the complete text script for the eLearning application


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