What makes great, effective learning? Since opinions on this often vary, many instructional designers have been asked to create learning in a way that they know isn't best for the learner. Yet pushing back on requests like this from the SMEs or reviewers can be challenging.

In this session, you'll learn how to advocate for learners and partner with SMEs and stakeholders to recommend sound learning design, development, and implementation choices that lead to successful learning outcomes. We will touch on some key best practices from the areas of evidence-based learning design, accessibility, and user experience/user interface (UI/UX) design that ensure consistently effective learning experiences. This knowledge will form tools in your toolkit that we'll then practice incorporating into conversations where you make the case for good learning in different scenarios.


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