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Analyzing Scope Creep

Analyzing Scope Creep In today’s generation with increasing project assignments there are often unforeseen obstacles that pop up during the launch of the project. I recalled working on a project that was centered on my previous agency’s Child Support Automated … Continue reading

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Blog Assignment: Estimating Costs and Allocating Resources

Blog Assignment: Estimating Costs and Allocating Resources In the article Project Management Cost Estimating Techniques, it discusses resource costing, unit costs, empirical methods, and historical costing. Resource costing is estimating the cost based on the resources needed to complete the … Continue reading

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Communicating Effectively

Communicating Effectively Context plays a major role for communication between the presenter and audience. The context allows the presenter to illustrate their sense of flow for their audience. It gives the presenter the opportunity to show his or hers talent. … Continue reading

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Blog Assignment: Learning from a Project “ Post-mortem”

Blog Assignment: Learning from a Project “ Post-mortem” Throughout the previous course, our team developed the “Beginner’s Guide to Tweeting” as an instructional that will reflect the importance of the principles of instructional design. Each member had to contribute to … Continue reading

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Project Management in Education and Training (EDUC – 6145 – 1) – Blog Assignment

Welcome All, My name is Reshanda Hill and welcome to my blog. Throughout this course, I will be using this blog to complete assignments. I am thrilled that you are here to follow along on my journey in becoming an Instructional Designer. Thanks … Continue reading

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Reflection

Reflection In today’s generation it is crucial to embrace distance learning especially if you are looking to become a successful Instructional Designer (ID) and further your career. Distance learning has become one of the most commonly used forms of learning … Continue reading

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Converting to a Distance Learning Format

Converting to a Distance Learning Format A training manager has been frustrated with the quality of communication among trainees in his face-to-face training sessions and wants to try something new. With his supervisor’s permission, the trainer plans to convert all … Continue reading

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