Demystifying Instructional Design
with Rebecca Hogue
Instructional designers specializes in the creation of learning solutions. In this podcast, Rebecca interviews instructional designers from a variety of different fields, with the goal of gaining a better understanding of what instructional designers do. The role of instructional designers varies across contexts including formal education, corporate sector, healthcare, non-profit, military, government, and more. Further the types of learning solutions created by instructional designers varies including learning programs, semester length courses, short workshops, eLearning, and job aids. Join Rebecca as she explores, what instructional designers do.

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S2E12: Jean Dengler ~ It’s so much more than design

Jean Dengler is a Senior Trainer with Service Corporation International. In her role she delivers a variety of training programs to a diverse group of associates using a virtual platform designed in Adobe Connect. While her primary role is to…

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S2E11: Rachael Assignon – Adding value to asynchronous solutions

Rachael Assignon started her career as a foreign language teacher. She transitioned to corporate learning and development and has experience in automotive, health care, finance, and military. As an instructional designer and facilitator, she finds…

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S2E10: Eva Conover – Bridge between technologists and users

Eva is a lifelong trainer, analyst, intermittent project manager and relatively new ID. She found my passion for instructional design later in life, proving to herself it’s never too late to make a change. She finds that instructional design allows…

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S2E9: Janet Lee Part 2 – Purposely progressing through any challenge

Janet Lee is an Instructional Designer specializing in practical professional development strategies and content development for professors wishing to transition meaning-full training from face-to-face to online learning. She has a varied background…

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S2E8: Janet Lee Part 1: Always ask for help

Janet Lee is an Instructional Designer specializing in practical professional development strategies and content development for professors wishing to transition meaning-full training from face-to-face to online learning. She has a varied background…

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S2E7: Autumm Caines is a liminal space (@autumm)

Autumm Caines is an Instructional Designer at the University of Michigan – Dearborn. She has earned an M.A. in Educational Technology from The Ohio State University and B.S. in Communication Technology from Eastern Michigan University and about 15…

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S2E6: Emma Stodel uses sports psychology principles to enhance behaviour

Emma J. Stodel, PhD, is the Founder and Principal of Learning 4 Excellence. Emma is an educator dedicated to improving performance and facilitating excellence. Her passion is to create meaningful learning experiences that elicit real change in the…

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S2E5: Greg Dillon – Creating Social Presence

Gregory Dillon is a Learning Designer at Brown University in Providence, RI where he lives with his border collie iuna. He holds masters degrees in Instructional Design and Portuguese from the University of Massachusetts. Gregory’s work is primarily…

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S2E4: Mary Helen Culbertson – hires instructional designers

Mary Helen Culbertson is the Vice President of People and Culture at iDesign. After working in elementary and higher education, she moved into instructional design before transitioning into Human Resources in 2019. In her position at iDesign, Mary…

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S2E3: Lance Eaton Part 3 – Thinking Beyond

Lance Eaton is the Director of Digital Pedagogy at College Unbound, a part-time instructor at North Shore Community College and Southern New Hampshire University, and a PhD student at the University of Massachusetts, Boston with a dissertation that…

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