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Pathways to Instructional Design



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What is Instructional Design?

Why is now a great time to pursue a career in Instructional Design?

What key traits, knowledge, & skills will I need as an Instructional Designer?

Where can I gain these skills and knowledge?

Oregon State University offers three different paths to assist you toward a career in instructional design. The following modules will help you gain insight into what we offer at Oregon State University's College of Education, and which path might be best for you.




Lynne L. Hindman, Ph.D. has earned four degrees in the field of education: a B.S., M.Ed., Ed. Specialist, and Ph.D., and is a highly qualified Instructional/LXD Designer. As a member of Oregon State University’s graduate faculty, she has taught Masters & Doctoral classes for the College of Education and serves as Lead for OSU’s Instructional Design & Development, and Learning Experience Design (LXD) programs. As a certified K-12 school principal, certified Quality Matters™ Master Reviewer, and Learning Experience Designer she has much experience mentoring educators around the globe. She is a proud mother of four; boy-girl twins and two bio-daughters. She is married to Dr. Greg Hindman and they reside in Philomath, Oregon.

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