Instructional Design Services

What Does an Instructional Designer Do?

Instructional designers (IDs) are often responsible for designing new initiatives, project management, training, and providing faculty support.

Generally, IDs at Butler use a systematic process to translate principles of learning and instruction into plans for instructional materials and activities.

Interested in learning more about designing and facilitating online and blended courses? Want help with your traditional course design, writing those student learning outcomes, or aligning the outcomes with multimodal assessment activities? Let us help!


Our Instructional Designers are here to support you whether you teach online, blended, or traditional courses. We can offer guidance, feedback, and support regarding course and curriculum design, assessment of student learning, and strategies to actively engage students.

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