The Division of Information Technology offers instructional design services to assist you in maximizing the effectiveness and efficiency of your instruction in on- or off-campus learning environments.
Instructional Design Consultation and Support
A centrally-supported instructional designer is available to assist faculty in developing high-quality learning contents and environments. The design is built off of defined learning objectives.
The Instructional Designer offers:
- Design, development, and deployment for the building of digital learning objects (DLOs)
- Custom presentations to departments on instructional design topics
- Support for grant development (in terms of pedagogical design)
- Support with authoring tools and technologies for the development of online learning
- Pursuit of copyright releases as needed
- Support for data analytics
- Academic research
- Documentation support
- Technology troubleshooting
- and other services
This instructional designer (ID) works under a university rate card, but initial consultation hours are free. For grant-funded work, the ID offers services gratis but will bill hours as determined based on the particular grant terms.
Many colleges also have dedicated instructional designers to assist you. Check with their main offices for contact information. These are the first IDs to contact for projects.
- Rubric for Quality E-Learning (PDF)
- Rubric for Quality E-Learning (Word .docx)
- Rubric for Quality E-Learning - Noncredit (PDF)
- Rubric for Quality E-Learning - Noncredit (Word .docx)
- Intellectual Property (IP) and Accessibility (PDF)
- Intellectual Property (IP) and Accessibility (Word .docx)
Schedule the Instructional Designer
To schedule the instructional designer, please contact: