Iterative Product Design: Applications for Curriculum

Tuesday, October 15 | 1:15PM–2:15PM CT | Board 105, Poster Area, Halls F1, F2, Level 3
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
A centralized course design model requires a level of standardization. To achieve standardization without losing innovation, a unique process for course design is needed. We have developed an iterative product design approach for rapid course feature releases to address this need, resulting in continuous quality improvement in curriculum design.

Outcomes: Apply the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle to your curricular or course design * Identify key stakeholders who should be involved in continuous quality improvement * Create a plan for design at your own organization


  • Jennifer Brock

    Associate Provost Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology, University of Phoenix
  • Lisa Mitchell

    Director of Assessment, University of Phoenix