The ability to be able to design and create engaging content is a talent that not everyone has. I take special pride in being able to use my creativity to be flexible and help learners of all backgrounds and abilities. There are certain acceptable behaviors that, ethically, we must abide by in the instructional design profession. These moral dimensions include collaboration with stakeholders, using evidence-based research while respecting intellectual property and ensuring inclusivity and accessibility. An instructional designer should be able to access learners' needs and provide measurable outcomes.
     To be an instructional designer means having the unique pleasure of creating innovative courses that will help others grow and learn in any field. The ability to be able to design and create engaging content is a talent that not everyone has. I take special pride in being able to use my creativity to be flexible and help learners of all backgrounds and abilities. We must abide by certain acceptable behaviors in the profession of instructional design. These moral dimensions include collaboration with stakeholders, using evidence-based research while respecting intellectual property and ensuring inclusivity and accessibility. An instructional designer should be able to access learners' needs and provide measurable outcomes. I believe upholding ethical standards while creating innovative, diverse, and inclusive courses is very important, as shown in my personal code of conduct video below.
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