The Office of e-Campus Learning is offering a Certificate Program in Online Course Development and Teaching. Having studied a number of quality professional development and training programs and researched best practices, The Instructional Design Center (IDC) has developed a professional development certificate program designed to encourage and support best practices in online teaching.
This week we are showcasing Dr. Karen Petronio's use of Camtasia to create an interactive presentation about some research findings about language contact in the American Deaf Community. You can view the video here.
This week we are showcasing Dr. Shirley O'Brien's use of 3D content in an online course. Dr. O'Brien uses Google Sketchup to show the creation of a sensory space for an individual with autism spectrum disorder. You can view the video here.
In this multimedia presentation, students can watch videos by clicking on different parts of a linear regression equation. This presentation was created using studio video and Thinglink to assemble the final product.
Dr. Carucci designed an instructional concept involving the application of descriptive data to a symphony orchestra. The interactive lecture media, which will be used in a graduate course this fall, was a custom development using HTML5 animation authoring software.
This week, we are featuring Dr. Chengyl Zhang's Thinglink interactive from CON 121 Introduction to Construction. Thinglink is used to provide information within images by hovering over bullet points. Other items, such as video and other images, can be included within hover boxes.
This week, Dr. John Wade uses our lightboard technology to explain the aggregate demand and aggregate supply model. The lightboard is an easy way to explain processes and ideas by simply treating it as a whiteboard or chalkboard when lecturing.