IiL Instructional Design
Instructional design is the process of analyzing learning needs and goals and the development of an instructional plan to meet those needs and goals. The Innovations in Learning team is available to assist faculty and staff in creating goals and action plans to efficiently meet the needs of their courses and workshops both online and face-to-face. The Innovations team provides both workshops and 1-on-1 consultations for instructional design.
Summer 2022 Workshop on Online Teaching & Learning
The Online Course Developers Workshop is open to all full-time faculty and instructional staff at UW-Parkside.
The goal of the workshop is for each participant to produce a fully online course that will be taught at some point during the 2022-23 academic year. Participants should have some proficiency with the typical functions of the Canvas learning management system. Because of the intensity of the training and the workload associated with course development, we ask that you strongly consider limiting your teaching responsibilities during the summer session. Special consideration will be provided for courses that will be integrated into either certificate, associate degree or fully online degree completion programs.
Given that so many of you have already taught online or in a hybrid format due to the pandemic, the workshop this year (hosted entirely online) will focus largely on getting the most out of students in an online environment. We’ll look at the benefits of synchronous vs asynchronous teaching, active learning techniques, using open educational resources, how to create an equitable virtual classroom environment, and much more.
To apply, please submit a 1-2 page response to firstname.lastname@example.org addressing what you feel you already know about online teaching and areas you’d like to improve. Please also include the written approval of your department chair (this can be in a separate email).
Applications are due by Friday, January 29th.
The Innovations in Learning team provides 1-on-1 consultations for instructional design. Those consultations can go over a variety of areas such as interactive learning for online courses and formative assessments for courses.
If you are interested in meeting with our team 1-on-1 to go over your course, please e-mail us at: email@example.com and we will get back to you within 24 hours to set up a meeting.
Consultations could include:
Developing Online Courses
How to Utilize Canvas in Your Course
Choosing Third Party Tools
Using Video Content in Your Course
Online Consultations - COVID 19
In addition to face to face consultations, the Innovations team can hold online consultations either by phone or by web conference.
Due to Covid-19, all consultations until further notice will be held online. To set up a consultation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional development is the process of increasing the abilities of faculty and staff through various educational training and workshop opportunities. The Innovations in Learning team collaborates with departments on campus to provide workshops and training opportunities throughout the year. Those opportunities range anywhere from beginner/advanced Canvas workshops, classroom technology training, and pedagogical training.