Our Approach to Partnering with Subject Matter Experts

Publisher: Idea Learning

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Our Approach to Partnering with Subject Matter Experts

We've partnered with hundreds of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) over the years, and we need each other. In the end, we want the same thing: a dynamic learning experience that captures the audience's attention and makes a meaningful difference. Instructional designers and SMEs bring different strengths and information to the project. The learning design expert can build an innovative, beautiful framework, but without the content expert's contribution, the structure could easily crumble. Here's more about what we've learned from collaborating with subject matter experts...