One of the recurring themes on this blog is instructional design careers. These posts are written from my own experiences both as a job seeker and employee and as a former manager hiring instructional designers.
My original series on instructional design careers:
- What Does an Instructional Designer Do?
- Getting Into Instructional Design
- Instructional Design Skills
- Technology Skills
- Professional Organizations and Career Options
- Is instructional design the right career?
- Do Instructional Designers Really Need Technology Skills?
- Two Big Technology Skills
Instructional Design Degrees, Certificates, and Certification
- Formal or Informal Masters for Instructional Designers?
- Instructional Design Degrees
- Multiple Paths to Instructional Design Careers
- Instructional Design Training Programs
- Instructional Design Certificate or Masters Degree
- Overqualified Instructional Designers?
- ID Badges: My Experience with TIfPI’s Certification
Remote Work, Consulting, and Freelancing
- 6 Tips for Staying Productive While Working Remotely
- Telecommute Instructional Design Jobs
- Selling E-Learning as a Freelancer
- Getting Started as a Freelance Instructional Designer
- Tips for Starting to Freelance
- Freelance Instructional Design: More Tips from the Trenches
- How Freelance Clients Find Me
- Blogging to Build your Business
- Tools that Make Consulting Easier
- Consulting Isn’t My Backup Plan
- Instructional Design Hourly Rates and Salary
- Instructional Design Experience Before Your First Job
- Teacher to Instructional Designer: Interview Questions
- Adapting Resumes from Teaching to Instructional Design
- Questions about Instructional Design Careers
- Demand for Instructional Designers
- Do You Need a Mentor or a Network?
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