Instructional design

What do you believe about digital accessibility?

Learn more about our commitment to digital accessibility, including misconceptions, the prevalence of disabilities among students, and the tools and support available to create accessible digital content.

Podcast: Teaching students with ADHD

Dr. Cathryn Friel, instructional designer at Missouri Online, was featured as a guest on Dr. Derek Bruff's Intentional Teaching podcast series.

Badging Your Way to Success

A digital badge or a microcredential is a visual representation of achievement serving as both recognition of learning and achievement as well as digital proof of that accomplishment (LaMagna, 2017).

Shifting to Learning Outcomes

Missouri Online instructional designers will begin using “learning outcome” instead of “learning objective” to describe the student-centered measurable and specific statements used to define the knowledge, skills, and attitudes learners exhibit after instruction.

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up Your Canvas Files

Organizing expert Marie Kondo has built an empire on the idea of “the life-changing magic of tidying up.” I can’t promise that you will only be able to keep items in your course site that “spark joy,” but following this advice will create a more efficient experience for you and...