The instructional design team assists faculty with enhancing their courses by developing, designing and promoting the use of a variety of technologies in online, blended, and face-to-face academic settings. Below are some of our work samples, and resources.
Instructional Design Consultation
Meet with us and discuss improving existing courses or developing new courses, discuss Best Practices of ID, Integrating New Technologies, New Projects, etc.
Instructional designers utilize eLearning software to develop template-based or custom interactive games (for example creating an interactivity from a paper test)
Course Design and Development
Instructional designers work with faculty and staff to develop instructional content and videos based on Quality Matters (QM) standards.
Instructional Design Workshops
The instructional design team will conduct workshops and work with faculty and staff to incorporate universal design principles and effective online teaching strategies.
Instructional Video Producers are available to produce videos, voice-over recordings, tutorials, welcome videos, course trailers, etc.
In the LEC Faculty Studio, faculty have the opportunity to create and edit a variety of engaging content types for their courses. Here, you can film video and record audio for course content including welcome videos, course tours, course orientations, and much more. Our new 66” lightboard will allow you to craft engaging content illustrating concepts while maintaining a connection with your audience. You can do this all with our professional-grade video, audio, and lighting equipment. Pair that equipment with the available Green Screen backdrop and you can put yourself in any location that you desire. The LEC Faculty studio is a self-service resource that is supported by our team of Instructional Designers and is located on the Davie Campus in the Carl DeSantis Building in Room 3025.