Instructional design involves working with faculty and instructors to analyze learning goals and needs and develop instructional strategies, learning materials, or other tools to meet them. Designers can provide assistance and support with the development of online, blended, and face to face courses and the use of Canvas to create an effective learning -environment .
Instructional designers are also familiar with a variety of technology options and can be a resource for determining how to use technology to meet the desired educational goal.
Please refer to the link in the left navigation of this page for information about educational design support and the Canvas course templates that we have available.
Xavier's Instructional Designers:
Jill Segerman, PhD
Lead Instructional Designer
(513) 745-4299 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jill Segerman has a PhD in e-learning and online teaching and has worked as an instructional designer for over 10 years. Jill has experience developing online college level courses as well as e-learning for professional development. Before coming to Xavier Jill worked as an instructional designer for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center creating professional development for pediatric residents and educational videos and e-learning modules for parents.
(513) 745-4293 | email@example.com
Kate Glass is currently pursuing her PhD in Instructional Design. She presently holds a Master’s Degree in the subject area and she possesses multiple degrees in education. Prior to being an instructional designer, Kate was an educator for over ten years. As an instructional designer, Kate has leveraged her familiarity with various pedagogies to produce and greatly enhance online learning content for esteemed universities across the nation. Additionally, she has extensive experience with the development of online learning platforms for elementary education, the corporate sector, and the government.