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articulate.com - tom February 16th, 2011 @Kristina: It’s interesting how people reframed the question. The question is do I need an instructional design degree to build elearning courses? It’s not a question of whether or not the ID degree is important or valuable. I think the answer lies in whether or not you know instructional design. If you know it and can prove it in your work, then you don’t need a degree. On the flip side, having an ID degree doesn’t mean you can or can’t build effective courses. The proof is in the pudding. With that said, I think one of the best places to learn ID is through a formal program.