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Campus Curriculum Development
Campus curriculum support for faculty concerning courses, learning models, and accessibility.

Support For Campus Courses

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.
Tools and services for campus curriculum to provide help for assessments, activities, and technology.
Custom materials can be created for you with the help of Campus Curriculum.
Assessment Services help faculty with course vision, outcomes, assessments, and syllabus revisions.
The Creative Course Collaboration (C3) Lab is an experience where teams of faculty members collaborate to make good courses even better, especially for first-year students.
I-Learn is more than the learning management system you know and love. It includes a whole suite of useful tools such as those listed here with some resources to help get you started using them.
Meet the BYU-Idaho campus curriculum development team.
"A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning."
Brad Henry Portrait
Brad Henry

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.