Chapter 24

Going It Alone as a Designer

Chapter Objectives

At the conclusion of this chapter, you should be able to

  • identify several roles that the solo designer will have to fill
  • construct at least three strategies to assist you when working as a solo designer.

On Your Own as a Designer

There are as many environments in which instructional designers might find themselves as there are designers. One of the realities of instructional design is that designers often find themselves working as a committee of one in the design process and being a SME, materials development specialist, project manager, and every other role possible in the ...

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