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PD4IDs was founded for Instructional Designers and is our effort to respond to the “Instructional Designers in Education” Facebook group members who expressed a need of fulfilling professional development without being restricted by time, location and, of course, money. Our free events will be held in Canvas Learning Management System asynchronously. We would like the participants to be able to access and go through the presentations in modular format anytime their schedule permits within the week that each event is offered. We hope that you'll attend our events, submit proposals and join us on our journey of lifelong learning! 


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Kayla Jutzi

Kayla Jutzi is an Instructional Designer at Tulane University. She started her ID career at Columbia College Chicago Online, from 2016 to 2019. Prior to Columbia she worked at The George Washington University for five years where she worked in both student services and admissions. Kayla holds an undergraduate degree in Organizational Communication from The University of West Florida, a Master's in Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University and  a Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design from The George Washington University. Kayla also volunteers with her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega.

Pauline Muljana

Pauline Muljana is an Instructional Designer with twelve years of experience in eLearning at California State Polytechnic University Pomona, she provides instructional design consultation and assistance in redesigning existing course and developing new courses for online, hybrid, and web-assisted modes of instructions, as well as facilitating workshops and webinars on technology integration. Collaborating with SMEs and Multimedia Developers, she designs interactive learning objects to demonstrate complex concepts. Prior to that, Pauline worked in P-12 education setting that includes teaching (e.g. language teaching) and curriculum design for five years. She is now taking a break from her full-time job to pursue her dream, a PhD in Instructional Design and Technology, at Old Dominion University, Virginia.

Kim Scott

Kim Scott is an award winning Senior Technical Learning Analyst for FedEx World Headquarters in Memphis, TN. She has been in the instructional technology/instructional design field for 6 years, including experience in K-12, higher education, and corporate learning.  Prior to that, she was a K-12 educator for 8 years. This included time as a middle and high school Social Studies teacher. She also has experience in curriculum and assessment development. She has a bachelor's degree in Social Studies Education, a Master's degree in Information Systems management, and a post- Master program in Educational Leadership. She is a highly qualified, certified K-12 teacher and Administrator. She is an active member of her sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, where she chairs 2 committees, including Beta Epsilon Omega University, a leadership development committee for her chapter.   

Kristen Austion

Kristen is an Instructional Designer at University of Utah’s Department of Executive Education. She has recently started her career in instructional design after serving as a middle-school science teacher in Memphis, TN and a field coordinator for the Tennessee Board of Regents’ SAILS program. Kristen’s professional interests include visual design and accessibility in online courses. She joined PD4IDs in November of 2019 and works on reviewing our bi-annual PD courses, and designing media as needed.


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