Course development team

Each Faculty Course Developer is paired with an Instructional Designer, an Instructional Technologist, and a Librarian.

What we do

  • Generate ideas, explore emerging pedagogy, analyze data, provide information and best practices.
  • Meet with Faculty Course Developers to identify goals of online course development.
  • Deploy technological tools and explain their use.
  • Systematic design, development, and evaluation of processes and resources for learning.
  • Help Faculty Course developers map their course and design it according to University and accessibility standards.
  • Demonstrate available technology, best practices, and accessibility standards to help achieve said goals.

Instructional Designer

  • We wear many hats: Information Architect, Educator, Pedagogical Engineer, Evaluator, Project Manager.
  • We love designing great learning experiences by aligning objectives, activities, and assessments.
  • We listen, consult, and perform needs-based analysis.
  • We get excited to share educational technology, assessment ideas, and more.

Instructional Technologist

  • We also wear many hats: Problem Solver, Web Designer, Media Specialist, Accessibility Expert.
  • We teach you how to use WebCampus and other tools to create great video materials and build the course you designed.
  • We provide support to help you troubleshoot WebCampus tools and other technical issues.
  • We work with audiovisual material, helping to ensure your finished product is accessible.

Librarian

  • We provide support for library resources, research, course reserves, and more.
  • We can help you incorporate Open Education Resource (OERs) in your class and provide guidance on copyright, to help save your students money.

Questions?

Reach out to the Office of Digital Learning.