In today's competitive market, growth and success is critically dependent on Learning & Development. It is closely linked to the design of quality learning, enabled through the use of technology. Instructional designers play the pivotal role of bringing together these disparate fields - for the benefit of students, instructors, and organizations.
ID is to serve the learning needs and success of learners through effective presentation of content and fostering of interaction. It seeks to ensure that critical concepts are explored through content presentation and learning activities. ID begins with the learner and the learner experience. Quality of course is ensured through ID - covers all the phases of good development.
Many concerns like learning dropout rates, learner resistance, and poor learner performance, lack of objective measurement techniques can be addressed through a structured design process. The resulting benefits - reduced design costs, consistent look and feel, transparency, quality control, Systematic, standardized and assessable.