If you research the term "instructional design" online, you'll often find another similar term called, "learning experience design." How are they related? What are their differences? Joining us today is Sonia Tiwari, a Learning Experience Design expert from Penn State. In this episode, we will dive into how instructional designers can focus on the learning experience, what research tells us for best practices, what tools to be aware of, and how to interpret job postings that mention both LXD and ID.
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Sonia’s website LXD Presentation ID, UX and LXD: Differences and Similarities Explained Sonia’s Research Mentioned Links:
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