An Instructional Designer’s Guide to Working Remotely

From my experience, instructional designers are more likely to work from home than the average employee. But still, I would estimate that about 50% of my ID peers worked remotely pre-coronavirus, while 50% were in the office. So, for many, the switch to working remotely hasn’t been as much of a personal shift as it has been for our non-ID colleagues. Of course, I’m speaking in broad generalities, as everyone is facing unique challenges with new work settings, especially as the school year begins again. Whether you've always worked from home and are simply continuing to do so, or you were working in an office until the spring shutdowns but are now adapting to work from home and manage your ch

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