Chapter ElevenSelecting or Modifying Existing Instructional Materials

According to Instructional Design Competencies: The Standards (2013), instructional designers should be able to (Koszalka, Russ-Eft, and Reiser 2013, 51): “Select or modify existing instructional materials (essential). This is an essential competency and it includes four performance statements, two are essential and two are advanced.” The performance standards for this competency include: “(a) Identify and select materials that support the content analyses, proposed technologies, delivery methods, and instructional strategies (essential); (b) Conduct cost-benefit analyses to decide whether to use or modify existing materials (advanced); (c) Validate selection or modification ...

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