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September 2021:
Volume 23/Page #7 of the Spirit Gonzaga Faculty & Staff Newsletter

IDD in the News Feature Story Sept 2021

Mapping Academic Success Through Data Collection

Coursetune is a course design and curriculum mapping program the Instructional Design & Delivery office piloted, mapping the curriculums of the Organizational Leadership and Communication Leadership programs and visualizing the redesign of the Doctoral Program in Leadership Studies. IDD can now use this tool to help all faculty design courses.

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sq Growth in Online Graduate Programs a VIRTUAL REALITY

Spirit Newsletter July/Aug 2021 VOL. 22 Page 5

Growth in Online Graduate Programs a VIRTUAL REALITY

In a Communication and Leadership class on corporate communications, students partnered with White’s Boots to create a strategic communications plan to expand its market into Japan. Students were introduced to the company via a video featuring the company president, which laid out the parameters of the project. Students then received real-life prompts from the president and other White’s Boots employees every week, adding new dimensions to the process

First Year Enrollment Shatters Records, Gives Bright Outlook to Post-COVID Future

Spirit Newsletter June 2021 VOL. 22 Page 2

First-year Enrollment Shatters Records, Gives Bright Outlook to Post-COVID Future

Both Hays and McCulloh give big credit to the community for its help in “bringing in the class.” From the Faculty Outreach Project that saw faculty members phoning prospective students to answer lingering questions, to the folks in Instructional Design and Delivery and Marketing and Communications who made virtual contact reality for thousands of inquiring students, the Gonzaga community came through.

Using WHAT WE LEARNED To Improve Upon a Quality Gonzaga Education

Spirit Newsletter June 2021 VOL. 22 Page 5

Using WHAT WE LEARNED To Improve Upon a Quality Gonzaga Education

As vaccinations increased in the U.S. and President Thayne McCulloh announced Gonzaga’s return to “normal” operations in fall 2021, Instructional Design & Delivery Director Justin Marquis and Center for Teaching & Advising Director Mia Bertagnolli, along with Brenda Warrington and Jenn Klein from Academic Technology Application Services (ATAS), began brainstorming different ways to capture the learning and growth that they had seen in hybrid pedagogy and the use of digital tools for teaching during the pandemic. The result was a two-day May conference for faculty and staff: “Pandemic Pedagogy – Applying Lessons Learned from a Year of Hybrid Teaching.”

Witness of Gonzaga’s Will evident every day

Spirit Newsletter April 2020 Vol. 21

Witness of Gonzaga’s Will evident every day

Gonzaga Will. It was the University’s catch phrase for the last capital campaign, but it certainly applies to our current predicament. Gonzaga’s will is strong, demonstrated by faculty, staff and students throughout our community, finding ways to make the new normal work effectively. No doubt, Gonzaga will survive the collateral inconveniences dealt by this novel coronavirus pandemic.