The University of Arizona

EDITORIAL: Interdisciplinarity and Instructional Design in Technology

Betül C Czerkawski, Nicole Schmidt


Higher education today is still constructed through discipline-based approaches. To build a true interdisciplinary curriculum, instructional designers must begin with student needs and expected learning outcomes, which are not discipline specific. It is our hope that, in the near future, instructional design and technology programs will become more visible in the university settings as fine examples of interdisciplinary teaching and research.


interdisciplinarity; instructional design; higher education; technology

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