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Instructional Design and Technology

Transformation Happens Here!

Welcome to the site for the nationally recognized Instructional Design and Technology program at The University of Memphis.

Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) is innovating the way we teach and learn, not just in K-12 education but also in settings like corporate, government or medical companies. Our programs are specially designed for Trainers or Teachers. Courses, certificates and degree programs provide the tools and knowledge to transform careers.

Use the menu to the top left to navigate through our resources or click on an online graduate program for more information. 


Online Graduate Programs 

Master of Science (MS).    We offer a MS in IDT to students who want to design, develop, and evaluate effective teaching and learning in corporate, medical, government and K-12 environments. Learn More>>
Doctor of Education (EdD).   The EdD program extends knowledge and skills from the MS degree by preparing students to conduct reality-based research that examines the role of instructional design and technology on learning.  Learn More>>
Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology.   Our online certificate program includes two unique track for (a) educators who want to integrate the use of computers in the classroom, and (b) instructional designers and developers who work in non-education related settings. Learn More>>  
School Library Information Specialist (SLIS).   Our online Master of Science degree program with School Library Information Specialist endorsement is committed to developing school librarians/media specialists who are inspired to engage in critical thinking, problem solving, and lifelong learning. Learn More>> 


Visit the IDT Course Descriptions to learn more about our exceptional courses.


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