Hannafin and Peck Instructional Design Model 1987
This is a three-stage design process which may be applied to the design of an e-learning course. At each stage there is an evaluation before moving on to the next. The three stages are 1. needs assessment where the objectives of the course would be formulated. This is followed by 2. design phase - here, ways to implement the objective are created and finally 3. the program is put into action. At every stage an evaluation is done, which may show the need to restart that phase.