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Instructional Design Services

Instructional design services including course design/redesign and technology integration.

Instructional design is the analysis of learning needs and the systematic development of instruction. Typically, a subject matter expert (faculty or staff) collaborates with an instructional designer who utilizes their understanding of educational best practices and instructional technology to suggest pedagogically sound course design.

Examples of Instructional Design Services include:

  • Developing a new course or redesigning an existing course

  • Integrating appropriate technology and learning tools into instruction

  • Reviewing and writing learning objectives and instructional goals

  • Evaluating options for instructional delivery

  • Developing a variety of assessments and rubrics

  • Exploring engaging student activities and assignments

  • Creating learning objects and instructional materials aligned to objectives

  • Providing a new, objective perspective through classroom observation and feedback

  • Addressing multiple intelligences, special needs, and changing learning preferences

  • Utilizing course management system sites to improve students’ learning experiences

  • Developing blended/hybrid instruction or online courses

Information & Contacts

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http://www.plu.edu/itech/id/home.php
Email:
itech@plu.edu
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