The show about the instructional design journey.
United States
58 episodes
since April 3, 2016


This episode, I am talking with JR Dingwall, a higher ed instructional design consultant who I first met through Jennifer Maddrell and Designers 4 Learning. I chatted with JR over email and I’m super excited to have him on the show because he has a really important story that I want to make sure we cover this season. JR went freelance for a while, and then decided that it wasn’t for him. As someone who is sort of always on the crossroads of this, I’m really interested in how this worked for him! Get to Know JR On twitter @JRDingwall jrdingwall.ca Module13.ca LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/jrdingwall Things JR mentioned in Passing Designers for Learning, and their Service Learning MOOC Pressbooks, for OER publishing such as OpenPress Professional Communication Open Curriculum
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