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Accessibility, gamification, and AI are changing the learning solutions landscape in instructional design. Accessibility promotes inclusivity by helping instructional designers develop usable learning...
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Guest: Rebecca Hogue, Demystifying Instructional Design
In this episode, I'm chatting with Rebecca Hogue a professor of Instructional Design at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She hosts her own podcast, Demystifying Instructional Design. Her varied experience, knowledge of the field and love for students 'aha' moments makes this such a good listen.
Rebecca works as a teacher for the Instructional Design program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She has a varied background in the field of Instructional Design. With first beginning in a small family own consulting business. Then moving towards training, high tech, corporate and higher education. She also hosts her own podcast Demystifying Instructional Design.
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