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  • What you need to do?
  • You will solve three problems detailed in 5.2.1, 5.2.2 and 5.2.3. These problems were designed to provide you with a sense of the range of possibilities when using the Instructional Architect. Through this process you will learn about how to use the Instructional Architect and how to design instructional activities using online learning resources.

    Suggestions to help you complete these three problems:

    • Because these problems become increasingly complex we suggest you complete them in sequence.
    • If you need more specific help when using the Instructional Architect, use the help files within the Instructional Architect.
    • While solving these problems you will encounter terms like "instructional activity" and "project". From our perspective, they are the same. You will create Instructional Architect projects that are instructional activities.
  • How to use the Instructional Architect?
  • The Instructional Architect is an easy-to-use tool. You can freely explore and use it at any time. If you have any problems while using the Instructional Architect, please access the "help" link available on the header of each Instructional Architect page.

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