Jill Stefaniak

Jill Stefaniak is an assistant professor in the Learning, Design, and Technology program in the Department of Career and Information Studies at the University of Georgia. Her research interests focus on the professional development of instructional designers, instructional design decision-making, and contextual factors that implicate performance. She has experience in leading performance improvement initiatives in healthcare administration, patient safety, medical education, and higher education settings.

Publications

Cases on Learning Design and Human Performance Technology
Jill Stefaniak. © 2020. 362 pages.
As a company grows and new business opportunities are presented, there is an expectation that employee performance will grow and improve as the organization does. One method to...
Improving Classroom Management and Teacher Retention: A Needs Assessment
Jill Stefaniak, Jilian L. Reynolds, Tian Luo. © 2020. 26 pages.
This case explores how a needs assessment was conducted at a middle school experiencing high rates of teacher turnover. Pamela Frost, an experienced instructional designer, was...
Cases on Instructional Design and Performance Outcomes in Medical Education
Jill Stefaniak. © 2020. 330 pages.
There is increasing attention placed on curricular programs in healthcare at the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education levels. While medical institutions are...
Creating an Infrastructure to Deliver Meaningful Feedback to Nursing Students
Jill Erin Stefaniak, Melanie E. Ross. © 2020. 17 pages.
Research studies surrounding feedback primarily centered on frameworks designed as models for delivering feedback as well as the timing for delivering feedback. In addition, past...
Performance Improvement in Healthcare: Integrating Gilbert's Behavior Engineering Model Within a Just Culture
Candice Freeman, Jill Erin Stefaniak. © 2020. 12 pages.
Healthcare leadership and department management personnel are tasked with the responsibility of ensuring safe, high-quality patient care delivered by competent and proficient...