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Roberta Dombrowski is a guest on TLDCast Podcast
Jul 18, 2019 • 61 minutes
"Task analysis for instructional design is a process of analyzing and articulating the kind of learning that you expect the learners to know how to perform" (Jonassen, Tessmer, & Hannum, 1999, p.3).
And in this TLDCast, we had two task analysis experts discussing real application.
Hosted by Cara North, our guest was Roberta Dombrowski, an award-winning learning designer with over ten years of experience designing and delivering user-centered digital learning experiences. Roberta is currently a Product Manager for Role IQ at Pluralsight, where she brings her expertise in workplace assessments to empower learner’s technology skill development through the measurement and skilling up within a role. Roberta holds a MS in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning with Boise State University and was a 30 under 30 award recipient at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2018 conference.
Task analysis is the process of learning about ordinary users by observing them in action to understand in detail how they perform their tasks and achieve their intended goals.
According to the Instructional Design Knowledge Base, Instructional designers perform a task analysis in order to:
So in this episode, Roberta takes us through a task analysis scenario she constructed for the Idaho Humane Society.
She also discusses:
Check out the recording below to learn more!
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