Saturday, February 15, 2014

To ID Degree or Not ID Degree. Updated Survey Results!

It's been awhile since I've updated the survey results from the ongoing survey on my blog.

Stats hold steady with almost 650 respondents to date.

If you work as an instructional designer, do you have a degree in instructional design?



Have you ever been denied work from that lack?



Are you considering getting an ID degree?



(I have no idea if those who were thinking about getting an ID degree went on to get one. A survey for another day, I suppose!)

Survey responses come from all over the globe, although 64% are from the US. 60% work in the corporate sector, and 21% in higher ed.


If you are a practicing ID and haven't taken the survey, you can find it here.

1 comment:

Paulo Castro said...

I have met numerous Instructional Designers who come from non-instructional design fields, and most of them are doing great work.

I find that in the field of Instructional Design, it is not difficult to succeed without a degree, especially if you have strong communication and technology skills.