Obsidian has been in the learning industry for quite some time. We feel lucky to have assembled a team of talented, creative, experienced professionals whose common aim is to create superior and effective learning experiences. We keep abreast of learning trends but realize that refreshing basic learning principles can help ground a project, whether a slick CBT or a simple ILT, and ensure that its learning objectives are met.

We also love to share, and really enjoy seeing great pieces of learning. Over the next few months we’ll be sharing a series of infographics that will refresh and renew some basic instructional design concepts or provide you with useful and practical resources. They are free to use and share, and we hope they’ll help you create some really great learning!

The ADDIE Infographic is available for download.

You can all read our Back to Basics ADDIE post.

Co-authored by Amanda Costa and Fred Lu, Instructional Designers

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