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March 16 – 18, 2016 Orlando, FL

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LS601 Becoming an Agile Instructional Designer

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Thursday, March 17

Instructional Design

International Center

Agile processes are all the rage due to their ability to create products faster and more efficiently. This means that instructional designers and other learning and development professionals are being challenged to approach their work with speed, flexibility, and accuracy. However, typical design and development processes fail to support this challenge.

In this session, you will learn what it means and doesn’t mean to carry out agile instructional design. You will be provided the direction and insights that learning professionals need to become more agile instructional designers. You will explore the barriers to executing an agile development approach and how to overcome them. You will also look at strategies useful to support implementation of agile instructional design in your organization.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What it means to execute agile instructional design
  • How to define the barriers to implementing an agile approach
  • The strategies that will support the implementation of an agile instructional design approach
  • The direction and insights that learning professionals need to become agile instructional designers

Intermediate and advanced designers, developers, and project managers.

Technology discussed in this session:

Richard Sites

VP-Training & Marketing

Allen Interactions

Richard Sites is responsible for ensuring a positive and rewarding experience for Allen Interactions’ clients. Through the development of success-focused strategies, he provides leadership to instructional designers, developers, project managers, and other Allen team members. Richard has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies to create high- value experiences and performance-changing, award-winning eLearning. He holds a doctorate of education degree, specializing in curriculum and instruction, and master of education and bachelor of science in business administration degrees.

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