20 Ways Instructional Designers Are Ruining My Meetings

Joshua Kim, Inside Higher Ed, May 11, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes

I like the way Joshua Kim deconstructs that most useless of all creations, the meeting. "The people in the room will have one experience, the people online will experience something different. The people in the room will do most of the talking. There will be a technical failure in the audio or the video at some point. This is how it has always been. What right do instructional designers have in making everyone in a meeting participate in the discussion in the web meeting environment - even when some of us are in the same room?"

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