You can do anything, you just can’t do everything

Photo by Helloquence on Unsplash Recently I’ve had A LOT of things going on in my life – summer classes, a new job promotion (with a lot more responsibilities at work), a new program I am developing in a very short time frame, multiple research projects that I am collecting data on, two conference presentations, … Continue reading You can do anything, you just can’t do everything

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From Start to Finish -A Path that is not Always Straight

Photo by John Salzarulo on Unsplash For the first instructional design project, I thought I would stick to a project at work. It seemed to be a good idea since I am already working on several design projects. I wouldn’t have to seek out a project since I have several to pick from. This was … Continue reading From Start to Finish -A Path that is not Always Straight

The Line Between Analysis and Design

According to Dictionary.com, analysis is simply defined as “a detailed examination of the elements or structure of something.” To me, this definition is vague and leaves room for interpretation from the reader (or the analyst). For example, a “detailed examination” could mean different things to different people depending on their previous knowledge, experiences, and skills. … Continue reading The Line Between Analysis and Design