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#DearID: Interview with Jennifer Maddrell

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I’m super excited to bring you my conversation with Jennifer Maddrell, the founder of the Designers for Learning, a non-profit dedicated to getting instructional designers hand-on practice through service learning. Listen in to learn more about this amazing opportunity to do real ID work.

If you’re an instructional design student or otherwise accidental instructional designer as so many of us are, you’re likely asking yourself how you can gain experience. I often point to making your own challenges, but Designers for Learning is a way for you to learn while you design and solve real problems.

I encourage all of you to check out the program and help promote it in whatever way you feel comfortable.

As always, you can get at the shownotes on the show’s page:

And reach out to Jennifer to ask her any questions you have about Designers for Learning:

1 Comment

  1. September 15, 2016 - Reply

    Yay! Although I’m too embarrassed to listen to my own recorded voice, I know from memory it was a great conversation 🙂 I LOVE that you are doing this podcast. While too much navel gazing can be annoying and unproductive, it is important we take time reflect on our practice and consider our weak spots in need of attention and share best practices. Thank you so much for the opportunity to geek out and talk about all things instructional design, fostering learning communities, etc. Also, I’m glad the timing worked out for the kick off of this week’s #openabe service-MOOC. Thanks, again!

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