Faculty can get help from the Campus Curriculum Development team to implement the BYU-Idaho Learning Model, improve organization and accessibility, and overall course design. CCD can help you find ways to effectively use instructional time, resources, and technology, and develop innovative learning activities.

The CCD Process

When you set up an appointment with CCD, you will meet with our director and 2 or 3 curriculum designers to assess the size and scope of your project. As we learn more about what you’re looking for, we will pair you with the designer that is the best fit for you and your project. Each of our designers oversees the work for specific departments, as outlined in the table below. The designer for your department will either take the lead on your project, or work with the designer who is assigned to your project as bandwidth and workload allow to make sure the end product effectively meets the needs of you, your course(s), students, and department.

Designer:
Debra Lowe
lowed@byui.edu
ext. 7222

Departments:
Animal & Food Science
Biology
Chemistry
Geology
Human Performance & Recreation
Physics

Designer:
Gaylen Jensen
jenseng@byui.edu
ext. 7224

Departments:
Accounting
Economics
Finance
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Nursing  

Designer:
Jilane Richardson
richardsonji@byui.edu
ext. 1571

Departments:
Auto
CIT
Communications
Construction
CS
Engineering
Management


Designer:
Robert McKenzie
mckenzier@byui.edu
ext. 1523

Departments:
Art
English
History Geography Political Science
Music
Psychology
Theatre and Dance

Designer:
Samuel Smith
smithsa@byui.edu
ext. 1503

Departments:
Health
Home & Family (FAML & CHILD)
Humanities
Languages & International Studies
Religion
Sociology
Teacher Education