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Chapter 1: e-Learning Content Analysis & Design

Chapter 2: 
Instructional Design Methodology  

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Chapter 2.2 - Generic ADDIE Model

The systematic design of instruction is a way to ensure the quality of the instruction. Instructional System Design (ISD) is a defined process used to determine where there is a training need, develop targeted learning to meet that need and evaluate whether that need has been met. It guides in the design of learning materials in a systematic manner; it identifies the outcome of the instruction and establishes how instructional effectiveness will be evaluated.

High quality instructions with good support services are among the key factors in order to develop efficient and effective learning systems to meet the needs of many users. ISD is the backbone of a course conversion process, it is a process to ensure learning does not occur in a haphazard manner, but is developed using a process with specific measurable outcomes. This approach provides a step-by-step system for the evaluation of students’ analysis, the design and development of training materials, and the evaluation of the effectiveness of the training intervention methodology is very crucial in developing systems which are new to the environment and have to be functional in accordance to the user’s needs


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