Discussion Board Issues from Laura March and Mark Anthoney, Instructional Designers

Mark Anthoney and Laura March, members of the Instructional Designer to Instructional Designer group have created a fabulous infographic resources to help fix discussion board issues. The online version (which includes live hyperlinks) is available here: http://bit.ly/discussiondoctor.  Full information is available here: http://bit.ly/fulldiscussiondoctor Do you need help with online discussion boards? Contact CIL@unthsc.edu

A tool for interactive learning: Articulate Rise

Rise is an online authoring tool that supports an up/down navigation approach between screens, with scrolling of individual screen content where required. It includes pre-built lesson templates optimized for different devices types and orientations, and also allows you to use learning blocks to create custom lessons. Example Rise page Click here for a printable RISE[…]

Canvas new features and updates

The information on this page will keep you up to date regarding the latest Canvas new features and updates. Canvas Production Release Notes (2018-01-06) New Features New Gradebook: Late Policies, Feature Option Change, Grading Icon Update Updated Features Grades: Grades Page Menu Update Rich Content Editor: Accessibility Checker Content Contrast Rule, Accessibility Checker Design Adjustments,[…]

CanvasCon2017: Designing Your Course for Student Success

Designing Your Course for Student Success Below are resources used for the Designing Your Course for Student Success session at CanvasCon17 @ SMU. Presentation Resources PowerPoint Presentation Canvascon17 Resources Infographics Usability Learner Centered Home Pages Course Organization Information Rich Assessments

Tips for Creating Educational Video

The following are tips you can use to create educationally focused video. These videos can be uploaded to Panopto. Why use video? Pedagogical Benefits of Video When NOT to use video Do not use video if you are simply fiiling a talking head unless it is a very short personal message to students. Do not[…]

Online Learning Consortium Solution Design Summit Learning Challenge

Cross-University Choose Your Own Interprofessional Encounter Session Description Video Design Thinking Images in this video used courtesy of: Juliana Costa <http://humancenteredesign.blogspot.com/2015/05/design-thinking-o-processo_21.html> Center for Creativity <https://centerforcreativity.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/032615_doodle .jpg> Dr. Sofia Hussain <http://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2015/06/ux-strat-2014-part-3-day-2-of-the-conference.php> Rachel Jue <http://racheljue.com/portfolio-dtBook.html> Our Design Challenge: How might we create a culture of interprofessional practice involving relevant education for twelve different health professions that leads[…]

Continuing the Discussion: Communication and Collaboration

Students participate in active learning when constructing knowledge with their peers and in reflection. Using Salmon’s stages of communication in education, this session will show participants how Canvas can encourage students to initiate and continue discussions that focus on your learning objectives. The right communication tool at the right time can make all the difference[…]