What is Instructional Design?
Instructional Designers support faculty to integrate active learning, apply research-based best practices for course design, and implement educational technologies effectively.
We are a resource for you as you re-think, design or re-design your courses.
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 USF, each school and college has a dedicated Instructional Designer to assist you with your instructional needs. Instructional Designers and Multimedia Developers are available for 1:1 or small group consultations, workshops and support in course multimedia production. Follow the links below to learn more.
>> UPDATED SPRING 2020 ID WORKSHOPS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON
The USF Instructional Design team is excited to announce the launch of USF TEAch — a database that centralizes and contextualizes a wide range of USF learning and teaching techniques and resources, providing instructors with the tools to teach, engage, and assess students more effectively. Learn more about the challenges and successes of fellow faculty and connect with the latest research. Explore USF TEAch.
The USF Instructional Design team is pleased to introduce the Dons Template for Canvas, new in Spring 2020, intended for broad faculty use, teaching primarily face-to-face courses. This template provides easy-to-understand prompts to help you design a dynamic digital component for your courses, as well as a more consistent user-experience for your students across their courses.
Find more information here.