Design, Development, and Research: A New Playbook for Transforming Learning

Wednesday, February 15 | 10:15AM–11:00AM | Houston Ballroom Foyer
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
The Penn State Teaching and Learning with Technology Blended Learning Transformation program (BlendLT) offers faculty the opportunity to redesign a course into a blended format through faculty development, instructional design consultations, and assessment support to gather evidence and measure success. This replicable three-pronged approach addresses the top 3 key issues in teaching and learning in 2016 as reported by ELI. In the case of BlendLT, the framework empowers faculty to develop and teach innovative and engaging blended courses. The framework can also be used to support other issues and opportunities in teaching and learning.

Outcomes: Discuss advantages of the 3-prong approach of faculty development, instructional design, and assessment in transforming learning *Identify areas where a similar approach could be applied


  • Angie Dick

    Manager, Learning Design, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Jackie Sabol

    Instructional Designer, The Pennsylvania State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Design Development and Research A New Playbook for Transforming Learningposter

    1 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/27/2024