Instructional Design Services

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Instructional design is the systematic process of developing a course and/or components of a course. The process follows a prescribed framework of analysis of learning goals, planning of teaching strategies and development of instructional activities and assessments that align with program/course learning outcomes and best facilitate effective learning.

The instructional design process is a collaborative effort involving faculty as the subject matter experts and the instructional designers and media specialists of the Learning Technology Center (LTC) of Computing Services.

The LTC can provide assistance with the following:

  • Teaching Online Certification Course
  • Reviewing your online course for alignment with Quality Matters essential standards
  • Reviewing your face-to-face course for alignment of learning strategies, assessments, and learning outcomes
  • Reflecting on instructional strategies and activities
  • Offering ideas for evaluation methods that align with learning outcomes
  • Providing guidance and training for multimedia and a variety of  technology tools including D2L, Respondus, StudyMate, Campus Pack, web conferencing, clickers and more
  • More on the Instructional Design Process

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Last Updated 6/17/20