Myths, Metaphors, and the Master Narratives of Instructional Design

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Katy Campbell makes a case for the re-balancing of agency through explicit design education, practice, and research that accepts narratives as a mode of inquiry, the frames of reference for the research process, and design practice. Image courtesy of Katy Campbell.

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