Proceedings of International Journal on E-Learning 2023
Proceedings of International Journal on E-Learning 2023, Waynesville, North Carolina
This article explores instructional designers’ perceptions of changes to instructional design practice in a post-pandemic workplace. A thematic analysis of interviews conducted with 33 instructional designers revealed that instructional designers believe that the profession is profoundly altered post-pandemic. Findings around post-pandemic instructional design practice include adopting agile instructional design practices, increasing collaborations with others within a context of empathy, recognizing the importance of accessibility, and increasing reliance on technology to deliver both instruction and training within the context of an expanded portfolio of how instruction will be delivered in the future.
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Original Publication Citation
Petherbridge, D., Bartlett, M., White, J., & Chapman, D. (2023). Instructional designers' perceptions of the practice of instructional design in a post-pandemic workplace. In G. Marks (Ed.), Proceedings of International Journal of E-Learning 2023 (pp. 259-281). Waynesville, NC USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/220695/
Petherbridge, Donna; Bartlett, Michelle; White, Jessica; and Chapman, Diane, "Instructional Designers' Perceptions of the Practice of Instructional Design in a Post-Pandemic Workplace" (2023). Educational Foundations & Leadership Faculty Publications. 126.