This workshop is designed for faculty who are familiar with iLearn and are building a new course or converting to Hybrid or Fully Online formats. In this workshop, our Instructional Designers and QLT Ambassadors will give you clear and comprehensive strategies and tools for systematically building your iLearn course from the ground up. Whether your project is on a tight schedule or an ongoing endeavor, this approach can flex to your needs. Join us for an active and engaging afternoon where you will begin planning your course design project.
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 | BH170 | 1 PM to 4 PM
Building an iLearn course is like building a house. Instructors often act as architect, general contractor, carpenter, electrician, and project planner. Then they become the property manager and housekeeper once the tenants move in. It is a big job. As with any big job, having a systematic approach, and the right support and motivation will help things go smoothly.
Academic Technology is here to help you with your next course design project whether you are renovating an existing course or breaking new ground. In this workshop, you will actively engage with a step-by-step method for planning, drafting, and building your course, as well as a variety of easy-to-use tools. You will also connect with and learn from QLT faculty ambassadors and mentors who have designed their own courses. These strategies and tools are adaptable to small and large projects. By the end of the workshop, you will have a concrete plan for your next course design project.
Due to the active and hands-on content of this workshop, remote participation through web conference is not available. Refreshments will be provided. Visit the QLT website for more information about the QLT initiative. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org