Instructional Design BoF
Instructional designers and developers gathered to discuss strategies, expertise, and resources to help them better support faculty in delivering instruction. For example, at the June 1st meeting, there was a presentation and lively discussion about using QR codes to provide access to instructional materials (e.g., documents, videos, audio). Joan Van Duzer (Humboldt), an instructional design veteran, was the Facilitator.
Each hour-long session was archived — see below.
A spreadsheet containing the contact information for attendees of this BoF is available at http://bit.ly/yFBTT5. This document lists members' roles on campus and their areas of expertise/interest, as well as ideas about topics for future discussions. It will help you identify people to contact with specific instructional design questions.
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|February 3, 2012||The group shared innovative technology finds, such as iCyte (captures full websites for later use), issuu (flip books), jux, etc.
|March 2, 2012||Attendees shared what their campuses are doing to train faculty in online course development, and what incentives are in play.
|April 6, 2012||Humboldt State surveyed iPad-using faculty for app recommendations.
|June 1, 2012||Carole Robinson presented on using QR codes to deliver instructional materials (e.g., text, audio, video).|
|June 6, 2012||This session focused on authoring tools. Tools mentioned included Camtasia, Captivate, Pachyderm, Course Builder, Softchalk, Jing, and Articulate Studio.