Happy New Year!

Welcome to a new year – 2017! Over the last couple of years the University, School of Education, and IDD&E have been going through a world wind of changes. We see it in our built surroundings, procedures and processes, and personnel. IDD&E remains very strong in its foci, practices,...

Welcoming our new Fall 2016 students!

IDE welcomes the new students who joined the IDE program in the Fall of 2016!  This photo was taken outside of Huntington Hall during our new student orientation in August.  

Welcoming Lisa Battalino as our IDE Office Coordinator

Lisa started working as SOE Office Coordinator working halftime with IDE and halftime with Higher Education.  Lisa is not new to Syracuse University having previously worked in Human Resources and SOE Business Services Office.  She says her biggest challenge in joining the IDE team has been the “flight of...

Update on RIDLR

  The Research in Designing Learning Resources – RIDLR – team has been working throughout the 2016 fall semester to clarify our focus and scope of work. To that end we have posted several concept papers that define the dimensions of learning resources that we propose to study. Concept...

Brown Bag: A leisurely discourse between IDE students & faculty

Flautist, clarinet player, or violinist?  Which IDE faculty member left which of these instruments behind to pursue an academic career in instructional design?  On Monday, December 12, Dr. Lei, Dr. Koszalka, and Dr. Smith shared their current research projects with IDE doctoral students in a leisurely discourse. All enjoyed...

Generosity of David… and his on-going Legacy

David Krathwohl, impactful scholar and generous by nature, gave a gift fund to Syracuse University’s IDD&E Department several years ago. The fund was intended to provide financial support (stipends) to graduate students who worked with him on scholarly activities. David Reading Krathwohl passed away at the age of 95...

Remembering David Krathwohl

There are many wonderful stories about how David Krathwohl impacted the lives of those who knew him. Below are several excerpts from a few messages sent to us over the past few months. If you have other stories you would like to share about times with David, please let us...