Exploring activities are what instructional designers do to investigate the shape of the design space in which they are working. Given what they understand about learners, stakeholders, and a situation, what kinds of problems should designers solve? What are the most important contributions they can offer?

Problem FramingUsing Task Analysis to Inform Instructional DesignDocumenting Instructional Design Decisions

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