development process must undergo. What are they, why are they important, and where in the development process do they fit in?
The Instructional Design (ID) world has been influenced by a fair share of Instructional Design models such as the ADDIE Model, D. Carey and J. Carey’s Model, Gagne’s nine-step model, and SAM – the latest one. While the Instructional Design model followed by each organization differs, the model itself is followed quite rigidly. This is not the case with the eLearning development process; each organization follows its own process – one that fits into its way of functioning. But even with each company following its own eLearning development process, there are some common phases that must be followed.
The 6 common phases that all eLearning development processes must go through are:
Let’s take a brief look at these 6 common phases.