Instructional Designers and Software Architects. Are Instructional Designers Software Architects in Disguise? Michael Lang. Software Architect Software Designer System Architect System Designer Project Manager. Instructional Designer Instructional Technologist Learning Specialist
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Are Instructional Designers Software Architects in Disguise?
Project ManagerWhat are they called, again?
drafting deliverable specifications
designing the system’s layout/blueprint and development approach
verifying the specification
reporting the verification results
reporting the results of feasibility studies
working with a client
working with a subject matter expert (SME)
analysis of client needs, tools available, and end users
envisioning, developing, and creating the solution’s design
evaluation and verification of the design
working with other members in a team to bring about the designRoles and Responsibilities
EvaluationADDIE vs. Waterfall
If building architects can specialize into various areas (commercial, residential, steel, concrete, lumber, etc.), then…
Why can’t instructional designers be a highly specialized area of software architects?