Writing Tips for the Instructional Designer (2020 edition)

The task of writing anything substantial usually results in the writer experiencing some degree of stress. Traditionally, the stress level increases with the perceived difficulty of producing the first draft or with the unappealing chore of repeatedly revising subsequent drafts. In other words, writing is stressful all the time, even for some of the most experienced professional writers whose fame or fortune depends on it. Given this situation, should an instructional design writer's goal be to reduce stress by putting in a low-level effort or repurposing as much older content as possible? I suggest that it should be to make a meaningful impression on learners’ attitudes and behavior that st

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