"The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion it has taken place." - George Bernard ShawEven when sound instructional techniques are employed, many learners understand less than we think they do. Information delivery, regardless of its medium or modality, often creates the illusion that learning is taking place. Learners construct their own meaning regardless of the clarity of information or how it is presented. Teaching that attempts only to disseminate information will fail to create the contextual links required for a learner to develop a meaningful memorable and ultimately, applicable understanding of the information. AID strives for a “Divergent Vision”, seeing through the eyes of the learner.