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edX Instructional Design Models 200x ADDIE Branch, RM (2009). Instructional Design: The ADDIE Approach. New York: Springer. により Mind Map: edX Instructional Design Models 200x   ADDIE   Branch, RM (2009). Instructional Design: The ADDIE Approach. New York: Springer.

1. DEVELOP learning resources, validate and revise drafts, and conduct a pilot test

1.1. Designate Development Team

1.1.1. In-House Technical Support

1.1.2. Contract / Consultant

1.2. Legal Review

1.2.1. Citations for Attribution

1.2.2. Relevant Accessibility

1.2.3. DMCA Legal Review

1.3. Testing

1.3.1. Live Onsite Test Network Capacity Test Connection Limits

1.3.2. Prototypes Lab Settings Design Sessions

1.4. Building

1.4.1. Onboarding Embedded How-to for Teachers Embedded How-to for Learners

1.4.2. Permissions Grid Administrator Teacher Learner

1.4.3. Analytics Legal Requirements Anonymization Notification Collection Net Reporting Framework

1.4.4. Record Audio Transcribe for Closed Captioning Capture "Talking Head" Video

1.4.5. Construction Learning Management System API/Hooks Language/Service Media Editing

1.4.6. Security Audit Meet District Requirements Permissions and Access Restrictions

2. DESIGN a learning solution that aligns objectives and strategies with instructional goals

2.1. Stakeholder Communication

2.1.1. SCRUMS

2.1.2. Check-ins

2.1.3. Reviews

2.2. Experience Design

2.2.1. Create Storyboards Establish Learner Experience Establish Teacher Experience Build in Assessment Options

2.2.2. Create Script Review with Subject Matter Expert Build in Prompts (Active Learning)

2.3. Technical Design

2.3.1. Develop Prototype(s) Low-Fidelity Paper Prototypes High-Fidelity Interactive Prototypes

2.3.2. Hosting & Servers Cloud-Based Local Host Applications

2.4. Learning Design

2.4.1. Create Measurable Objectives

2.4.2. Develop Rubrics for Assessment Points-to-Grade Conversion Peer Review vs. Instructor Review

3. ANALYZE the instructional goals, target audience, and required resources

3.1. Project Management

3.1.1. Stakeholder Registry

3.1.2. Establish Scope

3.1.3. Set Delivery Schedule

3.2. Technical Requirements

3.2.1. Technical Limitations Available Hardware Network LImits / Resources Software Dependencies

3.2.2. Permissions Requirements What's Private? What's Shared?

3.2.3. Locate Learning Resources Onsite Open Source

3.3. Experience Requirements

3.3.1. Identify Learning Spaces Online Mobile Desktop Blended Offline Computer Labs Classrooms

3.3.2. Develop Personas Learner Age Primary Language Experience Goals Teacher Experience Goals

3.3.3. Training Requirements Externally-Driven Professional Development Workshops Internally-Driven Software Onboarding Tooltips

3.4. Learning Requirements

3.4.1. Desired Outcomes

3.4.2. Success Metrics

3.4.3. School, District, and State Objectives

4. IMPLEMENT the learning solution by preparing the learning space and engaging participants

4.1. Teacher Training

4.1.1. Workshops Onsite Session Live Webinar Pre-recorded Webinar

4.1.2. Self-Paced Professional Development

4.1.3. Whitepapers

4.1.4. Manuals

4.2. Delivery / Rollout / Release

4.2.1. Stakeholder Communication

4.2.2. End-User Support

4.2.3. Hosting Support

4.2.4. Installations & Upgrades

4.3. Analytics Collection

4.3.1. Usage Statistics

4.3.2. Graphical Reports

4.4. Lessons Learned Register

4.4.1. What's worked well?

4.4.2. What hasn't worked well?

5. EVALUATE the quality of learning resources and how well they meet instructional goals

5.1. Experience Survey

5.1.1. Teachers

5.1.2. Learners

5.2. Feature Ratings

5.2.1. Five Stars

5.2.2. Thumbs

5.3. Speed Data

5.3.1. Client Times

5.3.2. Server Times

5.4. Learning Assessments

5.4.1. Average Scores

5.4.2. Median Scores

5.5. Retrospective

5.5.1. Iterative Development

5.5.2. Milestone Recognition

5.5.3. Next Release Features

6. Steps and considerations determined from Branch's work and the Open Text BC resource (The ADDIE model – Teaching in a Digital Age). Together with Applied Project Management and Agile Software Development (RED BUBBLES), paired with User Experience Design (YELLOW BUBBLES), this map touches upon both the learner as a seeker of knowledge, a user experiencing technology, and a consumer of a final product.