At any given time, instructional designers (IDs) manage multiple projects, identify copyright, permissions and fair-use issues, spot bias, reorder and rewrite content, coach subject matter experts, improve readability, apply house style, write video scripts, proofread design layout, create learning scenarios—and more!
In this webcast, we’ll walk you through an ID’s typical day, describe the variety of editorial tasks they engage in, and identify the technology and tools they use to bring learning to life.
Cost: Free for ACES members/$30.00 for nonmembers
About the presenter:
Carla Douglas works in-house at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, where she designs and edits noncredit online courses for teachers and other professionals. Previously, she worked as a freelance copyeditor and writer for more than 20 years, and is the co-author of a number of resources for students, teachers, writers and editors.
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