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Instructional Design and Curriculum Innovation

Instructional design is a systematic process to create, deliver and evaluate learning solutions that are intended to address learning needs. Depending on the specific context, a learning solution may take various forms: traditional, blended or online courses, educational videos, workshops, and simulations. While academic technology provides valuable tools to enhance the learning experience, instructional design drives the use of this technology.

At UMass Chan Medical School, we are following an agile instructional design process (Analysis, Prototyping, Development, and Rollout) that is flexible and continuously improved. Design thinking is at the core of our instructional design work, which allows us to strategize with our customers on their needs and requirements. Our team-based approach with faculty and students focuses on human-centered needs and design processes that advance the changing landscape of medical education.

Visit our Instructional Design Gallery for Instructional Design Examples.

Independent Learning Module

Independent Learning Modules
There are a number of powerful tools that faculty can use to create amazing learning opportunities for students. Click the image above to learn more about the different modules, the tools that support each and how they can be used to facilitate student learning.

The Gallery

Instructional Design Gallery
Please visit our Instructional Design gallery to experience and view examples on how academic technologies are used in instructional design to enhance teaching and learning,