Boise State University recently welcomed Bob Casper, its newest Instructional Design Specialist with the IDEA Shop in the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Bob’s focus in the Instructional Design and Educational Assessment Shop will be on open educational resources, mobile learning and accessibility.
Casper previously worked in the Office of Information Technology under Customer Care, which is a part of the Procurement and Classroom Support team. He also spent time as a discussion group leader for Foundational Studies’ Science Fiction-themed UF100 course.
Casper graduated in 2012 from the university’s Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning program, where he focused on instructional and performance technology for online learning, instructional design and aspects of universal design for learning.
His recent achievements include an accessibility audit for the online Registered Nurse-Bachelor of Science completion program in the School of Nursing, as well as the Service Learning’s Peer Recruitment Program.
Prior to Boise State, Casper spent time in research, creative and business roles within the computer and film and television industries. He earned his undergraduate degree from California State University, Northridge.