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Isabella Burrage, MLIS, Instructional Designer


Isabella is a lecturer in the department of Interprofessional Healthcare Studies, where she instructs courses on research-related topics, including research design, qualitative and quantitative research, ethical concerns while conducting and evaluating research, and critically analyzing research studies. Isabella received her Master’s in Library and Information science in 2014 from Dominican University.

Isabella is also an instructional designer in the department of Online Learning and Instructional Design. In that role, she assists in the design and development of courses, ensuring that all online course components, including learning outcomes, content, learning activities, and assessments align and support one another so that learners can competently master objectives. She has sufficient experience in designing courses that adhere to quality standards for online courses as a certified Quality Matters™ Peer Reviewer.

She has presented both at the university and nationally on how to effectively apply ADA-compliant instructional design to online courses and how to innovatively use educational technology in pedagogical practice to effectually engage students for the most valuable learning experience possible.