Library facilities are closed until further notice except for quiet study space. For help with remote instruction and learning, see Teaching and Learning Continuity.

Instructional Design

Our instructional design service collaborates with faculty and support staff to deliver dynamic and engaging learning experiences and is supported by the UCSF Library’s Learning Tech Group. Whether you are developing a new course or seeking enhancements to an existing one, we are available to help you make the best use of CLE and multimedia tools.​

Meet our instructional design experts

Lisa Leiva​
Lisa consults with faculty members to help them deliver engaging learning experiences from designing group training to developing online courses.
Micky Usman
Micky is an Instructional Designer who consults with faculty members and hosts various workshops to support the transition to remote learning.
Agnes Szelag
Agnes helps faculty navigate tools and strategic approaches to making content. As an expert producer, she can help in creating engaging media for their courses.
Silvia Proano
Silvia is an instructional designer who is available to consult with faculty members about using CLE activities and resources to support online teaching and learning.
Shanshan Gao
Shanshan is an instructional designer, who supports faculty to design, develop, and deliver innovative and interactive courses that facilitate meaningful learning.

Drop-in hours

Want to just drop in instead? Join our weekly drop-in support hours to get support on instructional design topics, including:

  • CLE course development
  • Engagement strategies for remote learning
  • Implementing learning technology
  • Using Zoom for teaching and learning
  • Other related topics

When: Wednesdays from 11am to 12:30pm and Thursdays from 2 to 3:30pm
Where: Zoom meeting (MyAccess authentication required)

Focus on learning outcomes

Our goal is to provide faculty and support staff with the tools and skills needed to meet their teaching and learning goals. Schedule a free, in-person consultation and dive into best practices and effective selection of ed tech tools to keep your course growing and your students engaged.

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Ms. Leiva provided extraordinary support for my educational project. She has helped me with the project over the last three years and has been crucial to its success.

Faculty, UCSF School of Medicine

Have a question? We’re here to help.

We’re happy to answer any questions you may have, no matter which UCSF school you’re affiliated with. Faculty and support staff should contact us.

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