I asked Cathy Moore … Use the Action Mapping approach!
I asked Cathy Moore … Start with the business change you want to make. Then work out the tasks people actually do, and devise some practice activities. You only need offer enough information for the learners to do that practice. That makes sense! blog.cathy-moore.com
I asked Donald Clark… Make it contractual! Limit their sphere of activity by getting them to sign a strict schedule, along with agreements on delivery, format for comments, what they have to do and what they don’t do (learning and interactive design). Hey, we’re being leveraged ! http://donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com/2006/09/sme-subject-matter-egomaniacs.html Did you mention hay?
I learned to use Clive Shepherd’s Learning Object Design Assistant to structure the questions I asked the experts. So this is a concept, not a procedure , Bellamy. Very good, sir, concept it is. http://clive-shepherd.blogspot.com/
Now Smeaton and I get on famously … I just needed to ask the right questions.
What do I need to know in order to stack widgets on a shelf? Well, their shape, the sizes they come in, the kinds of shelves … And how to unpack and stack them. That’s a procedure !