Monthly Archives: September 2016

Strangers in a Strange Land: Instructional Design and the Academy

September 30th, 2016|White Papers|

A recent report from the Chronicle of Higher Education provides some interesting survey results regarding instructional design and its place in higher education. While the use of instructional design theory and professional designers has been given a boost by both the emphasis on outcomes assessment and the growth in online and hybrid delivery systems, it [...]

When the Box is All You Know: Leadership, Change, and the Academy

September 30th, 2016|White Papers|

Leaders in higher education are well aware the critical issues they face—relevance, value, and sustainability. They are working to navigate an educational landscape that is complex and changing, and seeking to craft responses to these issues. A major concern, however, is the extent to which leaders are both equipped for, and willing to address, some [...]