Interesting question to which the answer may be 'yes'. Dawn Poulos suggests, "Being static means being stale, and for instructional designers, stale content is the fastest road to irrelevancy." In fact, the discipline is changing, as exemplified by this list of 'aha moments':
- "Aha!" Moment No. 1: Reusing Content is a Game Changer"
- "Aha!" Moment No. 2: I Can Share My Content Outside the L&D Organization"
- "Aha! Moment No. 3: Collaboration Lets Us Deliver Better Content Faster"
- "Aha! Moment No. 4: Yes, I Really Can Personalize Learning Content"
- "Aha! Moment No. 5: Structure Provides Flexibility"
What do you get if you actually implement these five principles? I would argue that you get a cMOOC. But your mileage may vary. Here's the full report (you will have to pay for it with your social network information).
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