Chapter 7

Implementation

Chapter Objectives

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

  • explain the implementation phase of the ISD process
  • explain Donald Kirkpatrick’s level 1 and level 2 evaluation
  • review the evaluation tasks associated with implementation.

Implementation is the ISD element that most non-designers consider training and education. It is the time when learners sit in the classroom or in front of a computer for an online course. This phase connects the provider with the end user of the instruction; it is the most recognizable element of the ISD process.

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