Content prioritization References

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Content prioritization happens at all levels from macro to micro. Here is the link to a Indiana University (IU) process that explains the suggestion-gathering and prioritization process used at IU for the online learning community Oncourse.


Task Analysis Methods for Instructional Design(Paperback)by David H. Jonassen, Martin Tessmer, Wallace H. Hannum


Department of Defense Handbook for Instructional Systems Development An extensive resource of ISD information, including prioritization models CSS, CDF, and ACR.


An Alternative to Brainstorming A short article from the Journal of Extension. Brief explanation of the advantages of Nominal Group planning over traditional brainstorming.


Quality Tools: Nominal Group Technique Examples and variations of how to conduct a nominal group planning session.


Group Techniques for Problem Identification and Research Project Development A compilation of various group techniques for problem identification, including a very detailed step-by-step directions for conducting a nominal group planning session.


American Society for Quality: Decision Matrix Brief overview of the advantages of a decision matrix along with descriptions of a few types.


National Center for Early Development and Learning Another overview for creating a generic decision matrix. Includes cautionary note against depending too heavily on the results of the matrix.