Open Course Library Instructional Designers

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  • We are here to help and support design of quality courses.
  • Who are we?
  • 45? courses
  • 10 instructional designers
  • 5 teams of IDs. Each team has 2 IDs.
  • Each course will be assigned to one instructional designer contact
  • Coming soonProfessional development opportunities - on site? Elluminate? Recordings? YouTube Videos?
  • Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationSBCTCCommunity CollegesADA / Disability DirectorGlobal Citizen / Multicultural ExpertInstitutional ResearchersLibrariansBookstore Managersand of course – all our Course Developers!

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  • 1. Instructional Designers
    Open Course Library Project
    We’re here to help
  • 2. ID Role
    Support faculty in the development of high-quality courses
  • 3. Kathy Brooks
    Centralia
    Kathy Chatfield
    Clark
    Andy Williams
    Edmonds
    KayeriAkweks, SBCTC
    Boyoung Chae, SBCTC
    Ellen Bremen, Highline
    Lisa Chamberlin, Walla Walla
    Stephanie Delaney, Cascadia
    Tracy Norvell, Whatcom
    Andy Williams, Edmonds
    Emily Wood, Pierce
    http://www.reasonablyclever.com/?page_id=34
  • 4. To assist and consult with faculty during the design and construction of courses
  • 5. To help create well-designed courses that meet student needs
  • 6. To work with faculty through a high-level Quality Matters course review
  • 7. Principles of Course Review
  • 8. Well-designed courses are easier for instructors to teach and students to learn
  • 9. Throughout a course there is an alignment between outcomes and content
  • 10. Course navigation should be intuitive
  • 11. Logistics/ Process
  • 12. 45
  • 13. 10
  • 14. 5
  • 15. 1
  • 16. Each course will have 2-3 check points before submission
  • 17.
  • 18. Provides a framework for guiding the design and review of courses
  • 19.
    • Based on
    • 20. national standards of best practice
    • 21. research literature
    • 22. instructional design principles
    • 23. Peer review process for course design only
    • 24. Not an evaluation of faculty
  • Our Process
    Course Development
    Faculty Course Developers
    Training & Workshops
    National Standards & Research Literature
    Review
    Instructional
    Designers
    Feedback& Revision
    Rubric
    Meets Expectations
  • 25. Course Development
    Review
    Feedback& Revision
  • 26. Consultation
    Brainstorming
    Assistance
    Call us! Email us! Use us!
  • 27. Professional development activities
  • 28. We’ll Contact You!
    Instructional Designer teams
    Each team has a leader
    Leader will email you
  • 29. We’re all VERY excited about this project!
  • 30. Thank You!
  • 31. Quick
    Questions?