CoverAcknowledgementsContributing AuthorsIntroductionThe Competencies for Instructional Designers in Higher EducationCommunicating Instructional Design with FacultyConducting Needs Assessments to Inform Instructional Design Practices and DecisionsManaging Instructional Design Projects in Higher EducationDesigning with Instructional Continuity in MindDesigning Non-Instructional Messages: Beyond TrainingImmersive Learning Environments: Designing XR into Higher EducationA Guide to Designing Accessible eLearningData-Informed Design for Online Course ImprovementLearning Analytics as a Tool for Improvement and Reflection on Instructional Design PracticesThe Use of Q Methodology to Evaluate Instruction in Higher EducationAn Examination of the People and Processes Involved in Quality AssuranceInstructional Designers Leading Through ResearchEmbedding Effective Instruction in Educational Technology Professional Development Programs


Our editing team would like to express their appreciation to Rebecca Clark-Stallkamp who assisted with copyediting the chapters in this book. 

Rebecca Clark-Stallkamp

Rebecca Clark-Stallkamp is a PhD Candidate in Education – Instructional Design and Technology at Virginia Tech. Her main research interests are supporting argumentation in problem solving, distance/online learning, engineering education, and history of instructional design and technology.