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Learning by Design

The Learning by Design Community of Practice has been organized to bring together designers of instruction from across all schools of Stanford University to share knowledge, resources, and best practices. The design of instruction is an evolving field, ranging from global online learning to on-campus course development and enhanced in-person teaching. Though working in many different parts of this field, we share a common goal of advancing teaching through innovative techniques backed by sound pedagogical practice. By connecting practitioners from across Stanford, we aim to maximize the accomplishments of all organizations in these endeavors.

Meetings are 12:15-1:45 on the Mondays listed below. All meetings are being held at 408 Panama, room 001, except as noted below If we outgrow the room the location will be updated.

General Agenda: 12:15-12:30 Mingle/Settle in, 12:30-1:30 Main Meeting Content, 1:30-1:45 wrap-up/mingle.

  • February 4
  • March 4
  • April 1 (in Room 148 this week)
  • May 6
  • Jun 3
  • July 1
  • Aug 5
  • Sept 9 (not Sept 1, which is a holiday)
  • Oct 7
  • Nov 4
  • Dec 2
Meeting Frequency: 
Once per month, see meeting schedule above.
Organizers: 
Deila Michelle Bumgardner
Elaine Chan Smith
Kenny Scott Ligda
Status: 
Active