Course Design

TLT instructional designers work with colleges and Faculty to develop, redesign, and review courses. If you are designing an online course we are prepared to assist you.

How Can the Course Design and Development Team Help?

  • Creating a Student-Centered Learning Environment

    • Whether you are working with classroom experiences or online activities, we discuss options and assist you in developing those key student-centered pieces in your course.

  • Incorporating Instructional Technologies

    • Sometimes you have an instructional strategy but are not sure what tool will help. We can talk through your needs and make suggestions.

  • Providing Ongoing Meetings

    • As you design your course, you might find it helpful to talk with someone who has experience in instructional design and course development.

  • Using Research-Based Methodologies

    • We assist you in adding student activities, communication, teaching technologies and other learning events that have been proven to support student learning and success.

  • Participating in IMPACT (Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation)

    • We work with the IMPACT course redesign program, and can help you determine if this is a good fit for your course as well as help complete the application process.

  • Partnering With the Course Design and Development Team to Develop Your Course

    • If you would like more frequent and systematic support, we can meet regularly to discuss your progress, recommend next steps, offer alternatives, etc.  If you need someone to actually develop your course for you, we can supply an expert and charge back their time for as long as you need.

Resources

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