As the instructional design of courses and learning activities become a normal practice of professional development for teachers and faculty members, curriculum design has risen to tag the expertise of instructional design professionals. These curriculum design projects demand a high level of collaborative efforts to look into discipline-specific accreditation standards, to analyze existing resources including course catalogues and technology infrastructure, to update emerging pedagogy and technology, and to evaluate diverse teaching team and student compositions. This presentation will share the practical knowledge gained through several curriculum design projects from the perspectives of systematic analysis, interdisciplinary collaboration, and research.
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Liu, Juhong Christie Ph.D.; Stauffer, Eric M.; West, Jim R.; and Swayne, Dominic "Nick" D., "Curriculum Design with Systematic Analysis, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, and Research" (2019). Libraries. 175.
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