Thursday, February 18, 2010

Talking ‘bout Instructional Design Live

I like to talk.  I often talk to myself while working in my office shed.  But don’t tell anyone that or they’ll think I’m some kind of weirdo.

Friday, February 19th, I’ll be talking it up with Robert Squires and the rest of the ID Live crew on this week’s edition of Instructional Design Live on the EdTechTalk channel.

Robert and I did a dry run yesterday.  I could fill up hours with my blather.  Why not listen in? 

We’ll be talking about my background, my work, and some of the differences in ID as practiced in the corporate vs. academic worlds. 

I love being a part of the ID Live show every week.  Opens my mind and eyes even more to the many shades of ID that we practice out in this big wide world. 

Good design is good design, but more and more I see how we each practice it differently.  Robert, for instance, works with faculty members at his university.  He doesn’t write a speck of content for those courses.  That’s a LOT of what I do.

Stop in on Friday at noon eastern.  Should be fun.

About Instructional Design Live:

Instructional Design Live is an opportunity for instructional designers and professionals engaged in similar work to discuss effective online teaching and learning practices. Each week features guest interviews and participant question and answer sessions.

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