Great question! UX is really broad, so tough to say for sure. It gets even more odd when you start to differentiate between UX and L&D, which is heavy on the instructional design side of things. I will say, I teach at an Ed Tech graduate program and UX has been requested heavily by students, much of which are past educators. My guess is that we will be seeing more and more of them, which is great for the industry.

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