educational simulations, Faculty Collaboration, Higher Education, Instructional Design
The purpose of this research was to study what university faculty valued when working with instructional designers and instructional design teams to develop educational simulations. We did this through a case study of three faculty, where we analyzed what they discussed among themselves or communicated to other team members about what mattered to them about their team relationships or the design processes they employed. We structured our case report around three thematic issues that expressed how our participants depicted good relationships and processes. Our report concludes with a discussion of how instructional designers could use our findings in their practice.
Original Publication Citation
McDonald, J. K., Elsayed-Ali, S., Bowman, K., & Rogers, A. A. (2022). Considering what faculty value when working with instructional designers and instructional design teams. Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 11(3). https://edtechbooks.org/jaid_11_3/_considering_what_fa
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
McDonald, Jason K.; Elsayed-Ali, Salma; Bowman, Kayla; and Rogers, Amy Allen, "Considering What Faculty Value When Working with Instructional Designers and Instructional Design Teams" (2022). Faculty Publications. 6298.
Ed Tech Books
David O. McKay School of Education
Instructional Psychology and Technology
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