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Before committing resources to your course, it’s important to understand what type of e-learning course you need to build. E-learning courses tend to be one of two types: Information Performance Information-based courses are more like explainer courses where the main objective is to share information or offer a linear explanation of the content. This is […]
EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement EdTechs and Instructional Designers—What's the Difference? Authors: by Published: Monday, December 10, 2018 Both edtechs and instructional designers (IDs) work with computer systems and programs, yet their actual duties differ from traditional IT tasks. The resulting confusion over what edtechs and IDs do—and how the two roles differ—is rampant, not least in the sector that needs them most: higher education. Credit: PureSolution / Shutterstock © 2018 In a recent conversation with an assistant vice president (AVP) who manages both educational technologists (edtechs) and instructional designers (IDs), the AVP expressed confusion over the difference between the two roles.
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