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Multimedia cases allow novices and experts to explore issues and practice in instructional design.

During the course of study in instructional design, often only a few design projects can be completed. Case studies serve as a valuable supplement, providing students with opportunities to experience and respond to complex practice issues in a variety of professional settings. In the process, students reflect on relevant theories and techniques as they attempt to understand a real problem, develop a response, and consider the potential consequences.

In the past, we have sponsored an annual case event, and invited universities across the country to advance a team. Teams analyzed the case, while experts posed probling questions, evaluated case responses, and contributed their own perspectives on the cases.

This site was developed by Dr. Mable Kinzie and the talented graduate students of the Instructional Technology Program at the Curry School of Education, University of Virginia
Dr. Stephanie Moore, Program Coordinator, Instructional Technology Program

Site design by Marti Julian, Mable Kinzie, and Anna Love. Copyright 1998.