Event Title

Roundtable Discussion 2: An Instructional Designer’s Toolkit

Author Biography

Kevin Dranuski is a Senior Instructional Designer at Cuyahoga Community College. Prior to joining Tri-C, Kevin was a full-time professor at Bowling Green State University’s College of Technology, where he taught in the Visual Communication & Technology Education undergraduate and graduate programs. Kevin also served as an Instructional Technologist and Trainer with a Fortune Global 500 company before returning to the Cleveland area. In his current role, Kevin works closely with faculty and staff to implement instructional technologies, enhance the design and delivery of their courses, and increase teaching, learning, and student success. Kevin’s degrees in both visual communications and learning design complement each other by allowing him to take a creative and engaging approach to instruction and training

Program Type

Other

Start Date and Time

8-3-2019 3:10 PM

Location

LB 204

Program Description

Instructional designers often have a plethora of tools at their disposal when working with faculty in their supplemental, blended or fully online course sites. What tools are vital for instructional designers to have and share with faculty? How do you spice up a faculty member’s course site with various multi-media elements? Let’s have a discussion to share and learn about some valuable resources that will help you find accessible graphics, videos and other open educational resources to add to the design of a course. In addition, we’ll also discuss Creative Commons, alignment maps, instructional technology and quality course design.

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Mar 8th, 3:10 PM

Roundtable Discussion 2: An Instructional Designer’s Toolkit

LB 204

Instructional designers often have a plethora of tools at their disposal when working with faculty in their supplemental, blended or fully online course sites. What tools are vital for instructional designers to have and share with faculty? How do you spice up a faculty member’s course site with various multi-media elements? Let’s have a discussion to share and learn about some valuable resources that will help you find accessible graphics, videos and other open educational resources to add to the design of a course. In addition, we’ll also discuss Creative Commons, alignment maps, instructional technology and quality course design.