The ADDIE process includes Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation.


Analysis: The Analysis stage is a crucial first step in the ADDIE process. During this stage, needs are identified to help ensure that the work to follow meets the intended


Design: During the Design stage, outlines or storyboards are created representing how the content will be addressed in the learning materials. Drafts of materials are started, and content is reviewed for accuracy.

Development: During the Development stage, the content is put into its final form, whether that is a video, an elearning, documents, or any other format. Branding and copyedit are done at this stage.

Implementation: In the Implementation stage, the learning is released and used as intended with the learners.

Evaluation: During the Evaluation phase, the success of the learning is measured.


For more information, check out our free eLearning course, Overview of the ADDIE Process.