Dr. Salentiny has over 20 years’ experience in instructional design, education, and technology. At the School of Medicine & Health Sciences, her focus is on faculty development surrounding best practices for pedagogy, instructional design theories, and formative and summative assessment resources and strategies. She takes a leadership role in objective-writing and curricular mapping for reporting, successful accreditation, and the conception of solutions that circumvent limitations or barriers. Her work at UND and at other institutions has contributed to the success of undergraduate, graduate, professional, and non-credit activities including arts and sciences programs; continuing education and outreach; aviation education; medical, nursing, and health care education; and government-required environmental safety compliance training.
Basson M.D., Carr P., Van Eck R.N., Zelewski S., and Salentiny A. (2020, in press) University of North Dakota School of Medicine and the Health Sciences. Academic Medicine. In 2020 AAMC Snapshots in Medical Education in the United States and Canada. Association of American Medical Colleges.
Van Eck, R.N., Fu, H., Siegfried, C., Love, S., and Salentiny, A. (2012). Evidence for cognitive style change as a result of educational experience. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Scholarly Forum at the University of North Dakota, February 27-28, Grand Forks, ND.
Hansen, R. and Salentiny, A. (2019) A competency-based consultancy capstone in rapid instructional design: conception, implementation, and lessons learned. Presented at the Online Learning Consortium: Innovate meeting, April 2-5, Denver, CO.
Combs, C., Salentiny, A., Shea, T., and Van Eck, R.N. (2018). (Don’t) come together: the value of asynchronous elearning and instructional design for solving emergent curriculum needs. Presented at the Association of American Medical Colleges Central Group on Educational Affairs Regional Spring Meeting, March 21-23, Rochester, MN.
Combs, C., Salentiny, A., Shea, T., and Van Eck, R.N. (2018). Don’t lecture me about Epipens: How instructional design helped solve an emergent curriculum need without disrupting the curriculum. Presented at the Association of American Medical Colleges Central Group on Educational Affairs Regional Spring Meeting, March 21-23, Rochester, MN.
Nelson, R. and Salentiny, A. (2016). A credential mashup: Creating value and cultivating college completers. Presented at the 28th WCET Annual Meeting, October 12-14, Minneapolis, MN.
Salentiny, A. (2016). Lead renovation & responsibility: Lead in paint and water. Presented at the Northern Occupational Health & Safety Association luncheon, April 20, Grand Forks, ND.
Salentiny, A. (2016). Lead renovation & responsibility. Presented at the Northern Region Occupational Health & Safety monthly meeting, January 20, Fargo, ND.
Salentiny, A. (2012). Instructional design in higher education: Unifying expectations and responsibilities. In T. Bastiaens & G. Marks (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Heathcare, and Higher Education 2012 (pp. 1567-1573). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Salentiny, A. (2012). Analysis of preservice teacher education student and faculty technology beliefs and fluencies. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Scholarly Forum at the University of North Dakota, February 27-28, Grand Forks, ND.
Salentiny, A. (2010). Five misconceptions about instructional designers in higher education and ways we can dispel them. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Association for Educational Communications and Technology Convention, October 26-30, Anaheim, CA.
Salentiny [Nelson], A. (2007). Getting the most out of educational technology in a distance setting. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Beyond Boundaries Conference at the University of North Dakota, October 4-5, Grand Forks, ND.
Ph.D., University of North Dakota
M.S., University of North Dakota
B.S., University of Oregon