What can an Instructional Technologist/Designer Do For You?

Instructional Designers/Technologists are available on each campus to assist faculty with course design and development using D2L and related tools within the Technologies We Support.

Meet Your Technologist/Designer

They are ready to assist faculty with: 

  • Online course development
  • Conversion of face-to-face courses to hybrid or fully online courses
  • A variety of other specialized, one-on-one strategies

Design Consultations

  • Content organization
  • Gradebook creation
  • Rubric construction
  • Calendar usage and date restrictions
  • Group creation
  • Discussion forum/topic creation
  • Assignments
  • Quizzes/Exams
  • Adding multimedia
  • Recommendations for course improvement
    • Alignment of objectives with assessment measures
    • Illustration of effective online instructional strategies
    • Implementation of ADA compliance

Training

  • Using D2L
  • LSC-Online Supported Technologies
  • Online Teaching Best Practices

Guidance

  • Using D2L tools
  • Redesigning a course
  • Verifying the student roster within D2L
  • Copying content within D2L
  • Importing content from other sources
  • Uploading exams from Publisher test banks or Respondus 4.0
  • Downloading your gradebook or attendance roster

Course Design/Development Assistance

  • New Course Design/Development assistance is available upon the request and approval of your Dean.
NOTE: Please schedule a time to meet with your campus Instructional Designer/Technologist or feel free to walk in for support during Open Labs. Training dates are available on the home page of this site.

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