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Consultation & Training for Online Courses Request Form

Description

For Instructional Design Consultations

Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) will meet with faculty, instructors, teaching assistants, and staff to orient them to instructional design methods and practices. Our primary focus is in the development of online courses. TLT will share strategies for migrating traditional face-to-face classes to online, hybrid, and flipped instructional events. We are ready to discuss the differences between the three and can direct you to available resources. Our intent is not to build an online course for you, but to provide direction and support.

For Training on Specific Online Course Tools & Applications

The University of Utah endorses the use of the CANVAS online course management system. The actual deployment of CANVAS to the campus is managed by Teaching & Learning Technologies. TLT also offers support on the use of CANVAS for online course development.

CANVAS integrates many third-party tools that extend its functionality. Included in this category are:

  • exam/quiz authoring
  • online conferencing
  • plagiarism checkers
  • e-portfolios | learning portfolios
  • screen annotations and screen recordings
  • annotating papers and documents submitted as assignments
  • storing and sharing media, video, and learning objects

Use this form to request a session with one of our instructional designers or technologists to help familiarize you with these tools and apps.

After you complete and submit this form, one of our consultants will contact you to make an appointment in the Faculty Center, Suite 1705 Marriott Library.


Customer Contact Information
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Consultations for Instructional Design of Online Courses
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Training for Online Course Tools & Apps
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Last Updated: 2/9/17