PACT Video Shorts Series Announcement – Over 55 Videos To Be Made Available for Free Viewing

The first 15 Videos – in the first 2 of 8 sets of Video Shorts – which will include over 55 Videos in total when completed – has been made available here at Guy W. Wallace’s and EPPIC’s Blog and Web Site:

Please go here for the indexes to the 8-sets of Videos – or to these links for the index to any one of those 8 sets:

The PACT Video Shorts Series Index and Links

A- PACT Overviews – available now

B- PACT Analysis – available now

C- CAD – Curriculum Architecture Design – available soon

D- MCD – Modular Curriculum Development – available soon

E- IAD – Instructional Activity Development – available soon

F- Project Planning & Management – available soon

G- Group Process Facilitation Tips – available soon

H- EPPI – Performance Improvement – available soon

The PACT Processes for Training & Development, Learning, and Knowledge Management – is a set of flexible, performance-based ISD – Instructional Design Proven Processes and Valid Methods for Learning Design and Development for one-time, multiple or ongoing deployment.

Proven in hundreds of projects since 1982 as conducted by Guy W. Wallace and the consulting firm’s staff that he developed and the staffs his clients who he trained and helped adapt those Processes and Methods that couldn’t be adopted. EPPI – Enterprise Process Performance Improvement is a set of Processes and Methods for an Enterprise Quality Assurance and Improvement effort.

The School of PACT is DIY development approach using articles, chapters and books plus video podcasts and audio podcasts – for analysts, designers, lead developers – and project planners and managers.

Guy W. Wallace and EPPIC conducts projects and develops client processes and staff in the application of PACT and EPPI Processes and Methods, and in the adaptation of Internal Practices and Tools.

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