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A Day in the Life of an ID: Talking Shop with Dr. Peter Honebein



What does good instructional design look like? What do instructional designers do? Join us as Dr. Peter Honebein joins us to discuss his recent ID project with Darryl L. Sink & Associates and the Monterey County Team that won ISPI’s 2016 Award of Excellence. Dr. Honebein will also:

  • Discuss what he does when he wears his ID hat.
  • Share what IDs do on the job.

Peter C. Honebein

Dr. Peter C. Honebein helps organizations analyze, design, and successfully launch innovations that improve customer and employee performance. In addition to being co-founder of Customer Performance Group, a management and marketing strategy consulting firm, he is (or has been) an adjunct professor at Indiana University, University of Nevada, Reno, and Boise State University, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in marketing, customer experience design, human performance technology, and instructional design. Dr. Honebein is the author of the books Creating Do-It-Yourself Customers and Strategies for Effective Customer Education, as well as numerous articles in such multidisciplinary publications as Educational Technology Research & Development, Performance Improvement, The Electricity Journal, Metering International, Database Marketing & Customer Strategy Management, Marketing Management, Educational Technology, and Interactions. Dr. Honebein earned his Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University.

You can reach Dr. Honebein at peterhonebein@boisestate.edu