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A 125-word introduction to the process that explains:
The intended outcome of the process
Prerequisites (tools or knowledge) necessary to complete the process.
An exigence statement that indicates the purpose and audience of the instructional document
A process with a minimum of five steps
An informative graphic element (e.g. illustration, photo, diagram, chart, graph, etc) for at least half of the steps in the process. For example, if the document contains 10 steps, 5 steps should include a graphic element.
Each step in the process should identify a single action and outcome
A 125-word concluding statement that:
Summarizes the process and each step included
Restates the outcome of the total process
Identifies the next steps or processes the reader should take next
Define any technical terms or jargon and provide a citation for any terms connected to secondary sources.
Apply plain language guidelines to ensure the document is clear, concise, and accessible, and present your information clearly and logically for the audience it is intended for.
Use background information your readers can reasonably be assumed to have, but make sure that a correct understanding of the material does not rely on their knowing something that they may very well not know. In other words, if your instructions rely on the readers’ understanding of some additional material, make sure you explain that material.
A Survey Form* to gather feedback from testers. The survey form should contain at least 5 questions. An example can be downloaded from Blackboard. Survey forms may be completed in Google Forms or in a Microsoft Word Document; However, Google Forms surveys are preferable. Survey forms must be made available to the instructor and other students through the Instructional Document Peer Review Discussion Board during the Peer Review period through a downloadable document or an active web link.