How Learning Development differs from Instructional Design:

  • Instructional Design refers to the gathering, creation, writing of content, modules, courses, training, and instructional material authoring.
  • Learning Development involves the use of instructional technologies and tools to create finished learning products and platforms. This requires knowledge of learning theory, best practices in user experience (UX) design, information architecture (IA), and expertise in a variety of digital technologies and tools for remote, blended, online, synchronous, asynchronous, instructor-led, and self-paced development. It may also include skill in deployment, configuration, and management of online platforms such as learning management systems (LMS), content management systems (CMS).

Experience & Expertise:

AI, UX, eLearning design and development, multimedia, narration, voice-over, digital materials, graphic design, LMS, and CMS.

Tools of My Trade:

Microsoft Office, Articulate Storyline, Techsmith Camtasia, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Audition, Audacity, Lucid Chart.