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March 16 – 18, 2016 Orlando, FL

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TS106 Using Prototyping to Streamline the Instructional Design Process

3:00 PM - 3:45 PM Wednesday, March 16

Technology Solutions Stage

Not only do we wear several hats in the field of instructional design, we are also working on multiple projects, each of them usually customized. Prototyping allows you to ask “what if” and put your ideas to the test by trying different things early in the process without putting the timeline in danger. In this session you will learn how prototyping in small pieces allows you to work through design issues without spending additional time adjusting the entire project. You will learn to gain more flexibility in your design by making revisions early in the process.

Lisa Whalen

Senior Instructional Designer

Waters Corporation

Lisa Whalen, MAT, MSIT, is a senior instructional designer at Waters Corporation. Lisa has four years of experience in instructional design and 13 years in technology design, in addition to a master's degree in teaching with Internet technology and a master's degree in information technology. She also holds a President’s Award, a Tech Scholar Award, and a Best of Tech Award. Lisa specializes in instructional design, streamlining processes, marketing, implementation, and prototyping with usability design. She is also a writer for the company blog in instructional design.

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