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Instructional Design Consultations

The Learning & Applied Innovation Team (LAIC) instructional design team is available to provide support for instructors, staff, and administrators.

The LAIC instructional design (ID) team offers instructional services based on evidence-based practices. Our services include course design or redesign, course review, or help with teaching with technology for full or partially online, hyflex, blended, hybrid, and traditional face-to-face courses.
To request a consultation with our team, please fill out the LAIC Instructional Design Consultation Request form. Schedule early as instructional design services is offered on a first-come-first-served basis.
 

Instructional Design Services:

  • Course design/redesign
  • Course review
  • Course review for accessibility
  • Digital media services
  • Teaching with technology recommendations
  • Universal Design for Learning guidance
 

Why use the LAIC ID Team? Because we ...

  • focus on pedagogy first, technology second.
  • provide research and evidence-based recommendations.
  • review and revise course accessibility.
  • encourage student engagements and interactions.
  • foster students' retention and success.
  • promote effective assessment strategies.
 

LAIC Instructional Design Consultation Process

Blue arrows showing the process to be: Request Consultation, LAIC Team Members Assigned, LAIC Contact Instructor, Set-up Meeting, Course Design, Follow ups.




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Owner:Sharley K.Group:IT Knowledge Base
Created:2021-12-03 10:57 CDTUpdated:2022-05-04 08:43 CDT
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