Author:
Katie Blunt
Subject:
Professional Learning
Material Type:
Media Object
Level:
Graduate / Professional
Tags:
  • OEP
  • Open Educational Practice
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Graphics/Photos

    Designing and Iterating for Continuous Improvement

    Designing and Iterating for Continuous Improvement

    Overview

    This resource is an image developed by ISKME showing the process Designing and Iterating for Continuous Improvement. This process is an important part of Open Educational Practice.

    Designing and Iterating for Continuous Improvement

    A key component of Open Educational Practice is collaboration with other educators in order to design high-quality educational resources. This process is a cyclical one targeted at continuous improvement. The revision process begins with the research, design, and prototype stages, moving into the test and feedback stages. Then, armed with new experience, information, and suggestions, the process begins again, continuing over and over until your resource is fine-tuned and effectively meets your needs.

    The image attached in this section illustrates the steps in the process of Designing and Iterating for Continuous Improvement.