We have extensive experience in every phase of the instructional design and development process. You can call on us for any or all parts of your project.
Instructional methods (i.e., exploratory versus directive, observation versus practice) and media (i.e., interactive video versus a printed desk-guide) are selected both to suit learning requirements and to address the organization’s scope and needs.
After an initial design document is approved, a deeper level of design will generate “storyboards” which are essentially low-fidelity drafts of the final product. Storyboards allow us to work closely with Subject Matter Experts to ensure that the content is accurate, clear and provides adequate opportunity for students to attain the learning objectives.
Depending on project needs and budget, we can use a variety of commercial off-the-shelf tools or a streamlined, custom built browser-based tool to accomplish exactly what you need. We can also collaborate with your own internal production team to ensure that all materials get built to specification.
After the content is developed, we propose running a “beta-class”. This involves fully using all the materials in the intended way and then measuring how well the students are able to perform the required tasks. If any gaps exist, we figure out why and fill them.