Carolyn Daughtry Krill
Position title: Instructional Designer
- B.A., English Literature and certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Carolyn Daughtry Krill has worked at UW–Madison in the field of instructional design and educational technology since 2008. She started in the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) and joined CTLM at its inception in 2021. Carolyn thrives on collaboration and creativity, at the intersection of pedagogical and visual design. Her love of language shows up in many ways, such as applying Plain Language principles to course materials. Carolyn highly values inclusivity and accessibility, where there’s always room for growth. Past academic projects include developing blended and online undergraduate and graduate courses in areas such as anatomy, kinesiology, psychology, social work and global health. She was involved with campus initiatives such as Educational Innovation (REACH and Summer Session), the Canvas pilot, and MOOCs. She is proud to have developed engaging courses for working professionals in topics of child welfare and health, as well as opioid stewardship. Carolyn loves to spend time in nature with friends and family. Her interests include travel, music and podcasts (listening and making), art and crafts (crochet, needle felting, and watercolors), table top games, reading, and cooking (especially food from her backyard, like maple syrup, violet sugar, and grape jam).