Article: The Instructional Design Maturity Model Approach for Developing Online Courses

“Change is inevitable – except from a vending machine.” – Robert C. Gallagher

There have been a lot of changes in the way we learn since the days of Bloom’s Taxonomy authored in the early 1950’s. Many approaches have been founded on his methodology but have adapted over time to ensure the level of learning meets the requirements of time. With today’s advancement of technology and the movement towards online education, the way we construct courses must adapt to these changing needs.

In his latest article, iPal President Brad Loiselle discusses the correlation between the various levels of development of an online course and the steps required within each level to ensure success.

This article introduces the Instructional Design Maturity Model (IDMM) created by iPal to illustrate the connection between the Instructional Design Process, the Instructional Design Systems and the Instructional Design Capabilities. The IDMM defines the connections between these three levels and demonstrates how successful integration of these levels will lead to the creation of successful and rewarding online courses. Ultimately, the better defined the process and deployment of the system components, the greater likelihood that the desired instructional design capabilities will be achieved.

iPal's Instructional Design Maturity Model

iPal's Instructional Design Maturity Model

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About iPal Interactive Learning, A Knightsbridge Company

iPal Interactive Learning was established to provide an enhanced e-learning experience. Using industry leading technologies, processes and talent, iPal has created an interactive development methodology that ensures learner engagement and knowledge retention. iPal is truly passionate about taking e-learning to the next level, helping organizations achieve training and development success. Visit our website at: http://www.i-pal.ca
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