In this episode, the instructional designers from Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation (Jinnette Senecal, Celia Coochwytewa, and Aaron Kraft) explore various facets of leadership in higher education environments. We then consider the ways in which instructional designers may fulfill leadership roles or responsibilities. Today’s HOT TOPIC segment is a forward-thinking conversation about how learning management systems could be reenvisioned to maximize learner success.
Resources from the episode:
- Ashbaugh, M. L. & Piña, A. (2014). Improving instructional design processes through leadership-thinking and modeling. In B. Hokanson & A. Gibbons (Eds.), Design in educational technology: Design thinking, design process and the design studio (pp. 223-248). Springer.
- Boundary spanning. (2020, August 31). In Wikipedia.
- Brigance, S. K. (2011). Leadership in online learning in higher education: Why instructional designers for online learning should lead the way. Performance Improvement, 50(10), 43-48.
- Kim, J. (2017, August 23). The liminal role of instructional designers. Inside Higher Ed.
- Senecal, J., Coochwytewa, C., & Kraft, A. (Hosts). (2019, February 15). The Venn diagram of instructional design (Season 03, Episode 04) [Audio podcast episode]. In Instruction By Design. Arizona State University, Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
- Shaw, K. (2012). Leadership through instructional design in higher education. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 15(3).
- Mintz, S. (2021, March 15). Reimagining the LMS. Inside Higher Ed.
Instruction By Design is produced by Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. To learn more about the podcast or subscribe, please visit our website. You can contact us at InstructionByDesign@asu.edu or @IBD_Podcast.