Medical Education Instructional Design & Production

Our Instructional Design and Production (ID&P) team has been creating engaging, impactful, and memorable learning experiences for the Stanford Medicine and global community for over five years. Experts in ID&P provide free consultations to Stanford Medicine faculty, residents, students, and staff looking to improve or create educational content—whether redesigning an in-classroom lecture for active learning or developing a online course. We look forward to helping you to expand, extend, or transform your teaching.


Laurence Katznelson—

I found EdTech to be nothing less than fantastic. I had a vague plan on how to build educational modules on mindfulness training. The group brainstormed on how to approach this topic, developed education models for training, worked closely with our team to generate a product, kept the group on task, and then created a beautiful and highly professional grade teaching module. The EdTech group was fun, energetic, packed with ideas, and great colleagues.

Anna Lembke—

I had an amazing experience working with the Edtech team. They were organized, professional, and user-friendly. Developing the online CME course allowed me to explore my own creativity, while leveraging the latest teaching technology. The Edtech team combined the best of technical expertise with a fine artistic sensibility. Working with them was inspirational and fun!

Our Work on the Web

The Ed Tech team has played an invaluable part in the creation of my online teaching content at Stanford. Their ability to think outside of the box, their expertise in all things related to instructional design and their passion for innovation have served to inspire me and make me a better teacher.

—Maya Adam

Visit our portfolio to see examples of our work from the last five years!

The EdTech Portfolio

Previous Work (2015–2020)

Continuing Medical Education Courses

Patient Education

Graduate & Undergraduate Medical Education

Stanford EdTech brings creativity, empathy, and fun to design and develop educational content serving learners across the spectrum of medical education—from patients to providers and frontline healthcare workers.