Hello again everyone! After an unplanned hiatus due to workload and personal events, we are BACK. This episode we're talking about trust. How do you define trust in a professional relationship as an ID? What does it mean to your work and the courses you build and design with subject matter experts and faculty members? Does it really matter that much? The editor of the new book The Learner-Centered Instructional Designer, Jerod Quinn, joins us to drop some knowledge on why trust is a cornerstone of any project you undertake in this field.

Show Notes

The Learner-Centered Instructional Designer: https://styluspub.presswarehouse.com/browse/book/9781642670417/The-Learner-Centered-Instructional-Designer

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Intentional Futures, 2016: https://intentionalfutures.com/static/instructional-design-in-higher-education-report-5129d9d1e6c988c254567f91f3ab0d2c.pdf

Most thoughtful (and inoffensive) summary on why learning styles are a myth: https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/learning-styles-preferences/

How to get hold of Jerod: [email protected] and @jquinnID


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