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Michele...your post asked for "ISD (Integrated System Design)", not
"Does anyone know who the forerunners of ISD (Integrated System Design)
are? I've googled numerous word combinations and get woefully little.
Book ideas, or directions to websites that offer more than a remedial or
even advanced definition of ISD would be most helpful."
while Posada's article was interesting, it was also not what I needed.
Somehow ISD relates to Instructional Design. Somehow, somehow, but how?
I know ISD has implications in how we now create software (as only a
small component of ISD) by a practiced standard (a GUI interface follows
certain protocols, whether it's Open Source or Windows-based; a dialog
box looks a certain way, etc.)
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