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Communication between instructional designer and client is key to a successful experience. Without a clear understanding about who will lead a course or how a course will function after it has been designed can cause friction and confusion. In this article, the focus is on the importance of communication that should take place during the needs assessment portion of the design should there be a leadership change.
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