Office of Digital Learning
The mission of the Instructional Design (ID) team at The University of Texas at Tyler is to support student academic success and faculty development. Enhancing learning experiences for faculty and students starts with a discussion about teaching and learning. The ID team strives to lead initiatives in exploring course design, learning objectives, assessment and content delivery to establish the best learning environment for The University of Texas at Tyler students.
The vision of the Instructional Design team is to ignite innovative and inspiring learning experiences in face-to-face, hybrid and online courses through highly collaborative working relationships with The University of Texas at Tyler faculty.
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As you prepare for your consultation, consider the overall purpose of your course. In other words: in one, five or 10 years after a student participates in your course, what should they be able to do or remember? Collaborating with the Department of Academic Transformation will help you realize your course goals and ensure objectives, assessments, content and technologies are aligned and appropriate for an effective learning environment. Let's make it happen!
Our team of instructional designers each have specific areas of expertise. Please do not hesitate to contact any of the instructional designers. You can contact the main office by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone, 903.566.6200, and you will be directed to someone who can assist you!
Jana has been an instructional designer at UT Tyler for many years. When she first started her work at UT Tyler, the department was a two-person team who mainly worked with the Ph.D. in nursing program and UT TeleCampus. Jana holds certificates in Quality Matters, such as Applying the QM Rubric which is a research-based standard for online course delivery supported by our office. Furthermore, Jana is active in associations like the Texas Distance Learning Association and The Northeast Texas Consortium of College and Universities. She enjoys working with faculty to find the right mix of technology to make face-to-face, online and hybrid courses engaging and user-friendly.
Fun Fact: She enjoys watching Korean dramas.