Bryan Hauf




Bryan is an Instructional Technologist and Quality Matters Coordinator for the Center for Innovative Learning at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.

Specifically, he helps lead and plan teaching and learning technology initiatives; researches, curates, and pilots new technologies to support student learning; develops professional development opportunities to improve faculty knowledge and skills in pedagogy across multiple formats; and assists in administering the campus’ LMS, Canvas.

Previously, Bryan was the Manager and eLearning Products Expert at Academic Partnerships where he managed projects related to academic technologies and learning management systems by consulting and providing expertise in these areas. Bryan’s background in information systems has afforded him the skills to quickly assess technology capabilities within instructional environments.

He is completing his Masters Degree in Educational Technology at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley where he is a scholarship recipient in his degree area for outstanding academic achievement. He has a graduate certificate in E-Learning from the University of Texas at Brownsville. His experience includes designing over 500 e-learning courses across 15 institutions and integrating technology in blended and fully online classes. His recent research interests include online teaching competencies, gamification of learning, and competency-based education.

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Nov 14th 2016

Everyone loves a hero. Now, it’s your turn. Become a Design Thinking Hero while exploring how this process can be used to create innovative instructional design solutions. Through a series of challenges posed to you, this course will enable you to use your diverse talents and tools to approach problems and to create solutions that generate learner-centered solutions.

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