What is Instructional Design?
Instructional Designers support faculty to integrate active learning, apply research-based best practices for course design, facilitation, equity, and implementation of educational technologies effectively.
We are a resource for you as you re-think, design or redesign your courses to meet the needs of students and the outcomes of your course or program.
The instructional design team supports instructors’ use of educational technology in the context of their course content, cohort and teaching style, and offers input on multimedia and course content design principles to optimize student learning and engagement.
At Skyline College, our team has two Instructional Designers to assist you with your instructional needs. Our Instructional Design team provides consultations on designing courses, including taking advantage of the Canvas platform to improve students’ experiences with your technology-enhanced courses and incorporating best practices on course design, active learning, and accessible teaching. Instructional Designers are available for 1:1 or small group consultations, program planning, peer observations, workshops and support in course multimedia and interactive design production.
Connect with an instructional designer to explore new teaching methods, discuss ways to redesign your course, and more.
|Andrea Fuentes||Bianca Rowden-Quince|
|Instructional Designer||Instructional Designer|
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