COURSE DESIGN SUPPORT
The id studio is intended primarily for use by faculty as a resource for designing or re-engineering their blended, online or web-enhanced courses. It is a walk-in resource for faculty members to visit for consultation with an instructional designer, to have access to a variety of hardware and software tools of use in developing technology-enhanced classes, or just to have a cup of coffee and chat about teaching and learning.
Instructors who would like substantial assistance in designing an online or blended class should submit a proposal to the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC). We request the proposals to help us efficiently manage and plan our workload and resources. The course design provides initial and supplemental information about the course that will assist the Instructional Design Development team in preparing a course design plan and timeline.
Proposals are not used to screen or select projects. All proposals will be accepted until the quota for the semester is met. Course acceptance quotas are set by the Director of TLC, based on availability of our personnel.
The deadline to submit proposals is two full semesters prior to course delivery. Please submit proposals electronically to Sandra Selick, Director of TLC at firstname.lastname@example.org or intercampus mail at H-DH2-15. If you have any questions regarding the proposal or the course design process, please contact Sandra via email or call (201) 692-7061.
To view the Instructor Course Design Proposal (printer-friendly PDF), select the following link: http://idstudio.fdu.edu/proposal.pdf
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