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Differentiating between Design Models and Process Models: ID/eLearning SIG Meeting

  • 27 Jun 2013
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 11525 Stonehollow Drive, Austin, TX 78758


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Differentiating between Design Models and Process Models:  

Everyone in a training organization wants their training to be more effective! A step towards reaching that goal is for your team to use design models that best fit the type of training your team is responsible for creating. 

The phrase “design model” does not mean ADDIE, even though it is often referred to as a design model, it is actually a process model. People may use the terminology interchangeably, but the models are, in fact, very different. 

Design models add value to the training team because they provide a structure for learning based on tested cognitive science. They also provide cohesiveness among team members, because they facilitate collaboration between designers and/or developers.

This session will provide participants with an understanding of the differences between a process model, such as ADDIE, and a design model, such as First Principles, the 4-Mat Cycle, or the Star Legacy Model, to name a few. You’ll learn what it is that makes these three design models unique, the philosophy behind each model, as well as steps on how to apply these models using authoring tools such as Camtasia, Articulate Studio and Storyline.

In this session, you will learn:
· To differentiate between a process model and a design model
· To differentiate between several design models
· To select the most effective design model for each project
· The benefits of using a design model
· How to apply design models to e-Learning modules

About the Speaker
Adriana Ravelo Henry has worked in the training and development industry since 1996 and during that time she gained experience in a wide spectrum of areas. Currently, she is the training manager at Netspend, Inc. Prior to Netspend, Adriana worked at 3M and Dell, and then owned an eLearning Services company, Beyond Linear, which had 3M as its first customer. In 2008, she presented at the eLearning Guild conference, then its Online Forum, and is now pursuing her Master’s in Instructional Training Systems.

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