In this episode, the instructional designers from Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation (Celia Coochwytewa, Jinnette Senecal, and Aaron Kraft) describe a problem-solving methodology known as “Design Thinking”, and explore the implications for higher education. Today’s HOT TOPIC segment is focused on National Standards for Quality Online Teaching, and how these research-based standards may support the vital work that educators do every day.
Resources from the episode:
- Gardner, L. (2017, September 10). Can design thinking redesign higher ed? The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Gilbert, C. G., Crow, M. M., & Anderson, D. (2018). Design thinking for higher education. Stanford Social Innovation Review, 16(1).
- Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University. (n.d.) Sketches and stories of design in practice.
- Holland, B. (2016, May 31). A design thinking approach to working with Millennials. Education Week.
- Meyer, A. (2019, October 12). Increasing accessibility with design thinking. Luther College Chips.
- Morris, H., & Warman, G. (2015, January 12). Using design thinking in higher education. Educause Review.
- Szczepanska, J. (2017, January 3). Design thinking origin story plus some of the people that made it all happen. Medium.com.
- Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance, & Quality Matters. (2019). National standards for quality online teaching (3rd ed.).
- Related resources:
- Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance. (n.d.). National standard for quality (NSQ) online learning.
- Senecal, J. Coochwytewa, C., Kraft, A., & Crawford, S.R. (2017, September 11). Copyright basics for educators. [Podcast]. Instruction By Design.
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