New Research Compares Administrative Structures for Instructional Design

December 12, 2018

New research from Jason Drysdale, director of instructional design and program development at the University of Colorado Denver, examines three models for situating instructional design within an institution's administrative structure. Drysdale concludes that, in his view, centralizing instructional design offers the most potential for empowering designers.

The full report, "The Organizational Structures of Instructional Design Teams in Higher Education: A Multiple Case Study," is available here.


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