Chapter NineteenPlanning and Managing Instructional Design Projects

Instructional design projects can grow in complexity. Simple ones may involve only a few people; complicated ones may involve teams of many people to oversee instructional design, content graphic design, and delivery systems. It is therefore important to develop a plan as a basis for monitoring the progress and scope of each project.

Project planning has never been more important. This is especially true in large-scale multimedia projects where scope creep can drive up the costs and lead to long delays if projects are not artfully managed. That is most true when many experts must be coordinated in an instructional design project team (Beer 2000; Conrad and Training Links 2000; ...

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