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ISD From The Ground Up, 4th Edition by Chuck Hodell

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The Differing Roles of Instructional Designers

The scope of practice of instructional design is as varied as any occupational group. Instructional designers, sometimes referred to as IDs or ISDs, work in so many different capacities that it is useful to divide their roles into several general categories. This is not to say that designers necessarily spend all or most of their time in one of the roles, but it does assist in cataloging the scope of work that a designer might reasonably expect within the field.

Categories of Instructional Designers

This section takes an operational approach to describe work that focuses on the functional, day-to-day activities of a designer. Categories include lead, consulting, associate, and assistant designer, ...

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