Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2015

DOI

10.28990/jaid2011.00100

Publication Title

The Journal of Applied Instructional Design

Volume

5

Issue

1

Pages

51-59

Abstract

The overall goal of this study was to conduct a yearlong inquiry into an instructional designer’s activities and interactions with his clients. Exclusive focus of this study was on an instructional designer who worked at a large public university in the southeastern region of the United States. Documented in an instructional design activities log, this study analyzed 115 distinct activities. Using an emergent theme analysis approach, specific instructional design activities and roles emerged. In addition, the instructional designer’s collaboration with his clients was analyzed. Results of this study augment the knowledge base of existing studies of instructional design practices.

Comments

© 2015 by Association for Educational Communications & Technology

Included with the kind written permission of the publisher.

Original Publication Citation

Sugar, W., & Moore, R. L. (2015). Documenting current instructional design practices: Towards a typology of instructional designer activities, roles, and collaboration. The Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 5(1), 51-59. doi:10.28990/jaid2011.00100

ORCID

0000-0002-5645-9297 (Moore)

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