June 17, 2024

What We Support

TILT instructional designers (IDers) have been trained to systematically design and develop effective and engaging online and blended courses. We support all the FHSU faculty. If you need help, you can make an appointment with an instructional designer. We have three instructional designers who can provide face-to-face and asynchronous support through zoom. You can contact any of us. We are happy to provide the support you need.

Course Development Process

Check out our course development process.

Active Learning & Assessments

Strategies to increase student engagement and assessment strategies in online courses.

Course Development FAQ

Our most frequently asked questions about course design and development.

Course Design Rubric & Guidelines

OSCQR course design rubric and how it supports RSI.

What We Do

TILT instructional designers (IDers) have been trained to systematically design and develop effective and engaging online and blended courses. When partnering with faculty to design and develop courses, instructional designers make suggestions, brainstorm ideas, and provide support regarding:

Faculty Testimonial

Instructional Designer Team

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Seung Gutsch

Seung Gutsch has spent over nine years as an instructional designer at Fort Hays State University. She has worked collaboratively with faculty from various disciplines. Her background is in psychology, with a BA and an MS in Instructional Design and Technology from Emporia State University.

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Zhongrui Yao

Zhongrui has provided course development support for faculty from various disciplines and provided faculty consultation on effective teaching and learning with technologies.

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Lei Wang

Lei has 15 years of experience to the K-12 and higher education sectors, blending theory-based instructional models with cutting-edge technology. Her background provides her with a Ph.D. in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation, a M.S. in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation and a M.S. in Pedagogical Principle.

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Danielle Reilley

Dani is an Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer for TILT. She works specifically on online faculty professional development projects and the NDTC de-escalation grant. Her background is in teaching K-5 with a BA in Education from KU and a MS from FHSU in Instructional Technology.

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