The Instructional Design & Technologies unit of the Center for Scholarship, Assessment, Learning. Teaching & Technology and our Learning Commons partners, provides a range of options for faculty and student development around instructional technologies from one-on-one consultations, to on-campus workshops, online workshops, in-class tutorials and just-in-time access to electronic tutorials and documentation. Options include:
If you would like to make an appointment with a member of the Instructional Design staff to learn about a specific software or strategy, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, contact information, the topic you wish to work on and your availability. Someone will get back to you to schedule a meeting. Most meetings will be held in our Faculty Innovation & Learning Lab (F.I.L.L) on the first floor of the University Library.
The ID staff is also available to do departmental or small group workshops on request. These can be done right in your department if this works for the group. Please send your request for this type of session to email@example.com and include your contact information, the topic you would like covered, the members of the group that would like to be included and some suggested meeting times.
If you prefer to come onto campus to participate in a hands-on instructional design or learning technologies instructor-led session then please explore the current sessions and register for a topic of interest. If you don't see what you want, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and request a session. We'll do our best to accommodate your needs.
Want to investigate a learning technology without leaving your office or home computer? We use our GoToMeeting web conferencing system to offer these short topics. To join us simply register for a session and you'll receive a meeting link in your e-mail. Just click on the link and you will be able to see us, hear us and view a demonstration. You will have the opportunity to participate and ask questions either through text chat or through audio (either a microphone on your computer or by phone). Either way this is a convenient option to learn something new. Check out the current schedule and sign up. Again is there is a topic of interest that you don't see listed just e-mail your request to email@example.com.
If you would like a member of the Instructional Design & Technologies team to come into a class and provide a demonstration of a particular technology - for example creating an e-portfolio or a project website - please e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, the course, the preferred day and time for a tutorial as well as the topic to be covered. The team will do its best to accommodate your needs.
Please note that for some topics - for example, e-portfolios - additional consultation will be necessary prior to the tutorial session.