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iDesign | News | Instructure Partnership

Instructure Launches Partnership to Provide Instructional Design Support

AN LMS ‘GENIUS BAR’: Faculty who use Instructure’s Canvas LMS will soon have access to instructional design support. Today Instructure announced a partnership with iDesignEDU, a Dallas-based startup that offers instructional design services. “Canvas is a game-changing platform in higher education, but faculty and institutional leaders need support to maximize its potential to implement new modalities, identify at-risk students or measure learning outcomes,” iDesignEDU CEO Paxton Riter said in a press release.

The partnership basically provides human instructional design consultants to help colleges and universities use Canvas to build courses more effectively. The move comes in response to growing demand for instructional designers, a shift noted yesterday in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Trends Report.” USC Marshall’s online MBA program has already taken advantage of the hands-on support. Pricing details were not immediately available.

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iDesign partners with colleges and universities to build, grow and support online and blended programs. We are passionate about helping faculty harness the potential of emerging technologies to design courses and degrees that make an impact, whether they are fully online, flipped, blended, adaptive, or competency-based. Our unbundled, fee-for-service model is rooted in a commitment to flexibility and institutional autonomy, while our analytics platform supports continuous improvement through rigorous measurement of student engagement and course quality. From statewide university systems to private colleges, our custom solutions pair instructional design with technologies to enable great teaching. To learn more, please visit www.idesignedu.org.