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  ID: 146428700 - Informing our Field: How we Examine, Document and Disseminate Information about Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology

Informing our Field: How we Examine, Document and Disseminate Information about Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology

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Over the years, there have been a variety of opinions as to the proper name and definition of the field often referred to as “instructional design and technology” (Reiser, 2012). And as the field has continued to expand, another difficulty has arisen: how best to document and report the trends and issues important to the field. Our field incorporates information from a wide variety of sources, from technology innovations to the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience research. Organizing and disseminating this information in a meaningful way is a constant challenge. The panelists represent authors and scholars who regularly synthesize data sources to produce reports on the trends and issues that affect, define, and refine instructional design and technology practice. These reports range from the production of textbooks that identify and elaborate on the field’s trends and issues, to annual reports published in scholarly volumes, to bi-weekly podcasts reflecting recent developments. Questions for panelists’ consideration include: * What resources do you regularly use? * How do you select resources? * How do you organize the information gathered? *How does your dissemination venue (e.g., annual chapter in larger text) and audience affect your reporting?
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