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What is Agile Learning Design?

What is Agile Learning Design?

The term 'agile' was first applied in the software development process, as a reaction to cumbersome development methodologies that had been adapted from older manufacturing processes. In the context of learning design, agile refers to an iterative development method based on collaboration with a focus on adaptation, evolving development, rapid prototyping and consistent feedback and evaluation. This website provides you with the history of the 'agile' development process and how that process applies to learning design contexts and how it differs from more traditional design processes such as ADDIE.

Slides from webinar on http://www.slideshare.net/LGSHoff/july-agile-final

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