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  1. 1. Online learning, more than coursework. Preparing students for the future.
  2. 2. Today’s Presenters David Brodosi, M.Ed. Director of Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services University of South Florida St. Petersburg Karla Morris, M.Ed. Associate Director of Instructional Design Services Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services Adjunct Instructor, College of Education University of South Florida St. Petersburg 2
  3. 3. Hello! 3 ● Discuss the field of online learning ● How we got started in the field ● Required credentials for our positions ● How online prepares students for the workplace of tomorrow ● Jobs relating to online learning
  4. 4. David Brodosi 4 ● USF St. Petersburg for 26 years ● Lead a team of 11 employees ● Four separate functioning areas ○ Instructional Design and Classroom Technology
  5. 5. Degree and Skills Required Degree Masters Ph.D. or Ed.D. 5 Skills Leadership/Team Player Communication Collaboration Finance/Budget Project Management
  6. 6. Student Survey 6 What do you think is the most important skills of a manager? Poll Students
  7. 7. The Journey 7 Number one AV Tech in 1993? Overhead Projector
  8. 8. Late 90’s - TV/VCRs 8
  9. 9. Student Survey 9 Do you know what VCR stands for? Poll Link
  10. 10. Mid 2000’s 10 ● Web Streaming Video Early 2k ● Window Media Streaming Server ● Good compression for dial up or basic cable service
  11. 11. Evolution of Online Learning 11 Easter Egg (Media) - In computer software and media, an Easter egg is an intentional inside joke, hidden message or image, or secret feature of a work. Courses are designed to prepare our graduates for the workplace of tomorrow. Faculty now embed innovative active learning assignments that featured the key skills employers are searching for in their new candidates; critical thinking, communication, creativity and collaboration.
  12. 12. Example of Collaboration 12
  13. 13. Example of Communication 13
  14. 14. Karla Morris 14 ● USF St. Petersburg for 8 years ● Lead a team of 3 employees ● Instructional Design & Professional Development
  15. 15. Building Online Courses 15
  16. 16. Who has taken an online course? 16
  17. 17. Student Survey 17 What makes an online course “good”? Poll Link
  18. 18. That’s Instructional Design! 18
  19. 19. Place your screenshot hereBefore we dig deeper... Let’s take a tour! 19
  20. 20. 80% or moreFully Online 1-49%Web Enhanced 50-79%Hybrid 20
  21. 21. Student Survey 21 What skills are necessary to build an online or hybrid course? Poll Link
  22. 22. Instructional Design Team High Quality Online Course Instructional Designer 22 Multimedia Developer Programmer Graphic Designer Librarian Faculty Instructor
  23. 23. Instructional Designer Tasks ◆ Consult with faculty ◆ Create course design plan ◆ Coordinate team/Manage project ◆ Ensure course alignment ◆ Provide training to faculty 23
  24. 24. Instructional Designer Common Tools ◆ Project management applications ◆ Collaboration applications ◆ Learning Management Systems 24
  25. 25. Instructional Designer Education Master Salary $50,000 - $60,000 25
  26. 26. Multimedia Developer Tasks ◆ Plan, Edit and Produce: ◆ Video ◆ Audio ◆ Maintain equipment 26
  27. 27. Multimedia Developer Common Tools ◆ Recording Equipment ◆ Editing Programs 27
  28. 28. Multimedia Developer Education (Preferred) Associate or Bachelor Professional Certifications Salary $35,000 - $55,000 28
  29. 29. Programmer Tasks ◆ Develop tools and integrations for the learning management system 29
  30. 30. Programmer Common Tools 30 Python Unity 3D Visual Studio ColdFusion
  31. 31. Programmer Education Bachelor Salary $55,000 - $75,000 31
  32. 32. Graphic Designer Tasks ◆ Prepare instructional graphics, illustrated documents, or presentations 32
  33. 33. Graphic Designer Common Tools ◆ Adobe Creative Suite 33
  34. 34. Graphic Designer Education Bachelor Salary $30,000 - $50,000 34
  35. 35. Interactive Learning Objects 35
  36. 36. Most Important Team Member Celia 36
  37. 37. Thanks! Any questions? brodosi@mail.usf.edu kmetz1@mail.usf.edu 37

Editor's Notes

  • Thanks for inviting us today.
    Intro speakers
  • Why are we here
  • Who am I?
    Two main areas include….
  • Required credentials for my position - Masters in instructional design or instructional technology…..
    In most cases for higher education, degrees are required by accrediting institution. Upper management, and leadership review.
    Skills needed for my position
  • My start in the field…..
    What classrooms and online, “remote” learning looked like in the 90’s……
    Ask the #1 AV tech…..
    If lucky, had unit with spare lamp
    Next was…. Change slide

  • TV and VCR’s…..
    Not the fancy ones with front loading, but top load units.
    Pushing carts

  • We started to see better compression, Itunes and iTunes U came out.
    First podcasting…. Of course iPods.
    From there we started help faculty create content for courses and then in 2005, started creating online courses at USFSP.
    Today we have over 140 courses every semester.
  • Since 2005, online learning courses have evolved just as fast as the technology industry.
    Today online courses are much more than a way to deliver course content.
    They have what you might call easter eggs.
  • Sean and Erin working on Google Doc
  • Ollie
  • Who am I?
    My degree and passion for the field
  • Mention correspondence courses here if not already covered

    Earliest recorded was in 1728 in a Boston Newspaper “mailed lessons”
  • Instructional design teams look different at every institution. Some have large teams where the roles can be split up across many members, some have small teams where some members have to be a “jack of all trades” - but let’s talk about some of the common roles you may consider using your technology background
  • Consult with faculty
    get an understanding for the course function, how they envision the students moving through it, assignments, materials, and outcomes
    Create course design plan - work with faculty to create a plan for how the course will be built, including all the elements from other members of the team
    Coordinate team/Manage project - communicate deliverables and timelines
    Ensure course alignment - explain alignment
    Provide training to faculty
  • Project management applications
    Central location for: Asset tracking, document storage, timelines and deadlines, communication tools
    Collaboration applications
    Shared work space for planning materials
    Learning Management Systems
    The system that houses the course - like Canvas

    You may say - well hey that does not sound very technology specific, but an instructional designer needs to know enough about all the technologies used to develop a course to be able to offer support or direct their team member to potential solutions when needed.
  • of Education Instr Design/Ed Tech
  • Sometimes these are two different roles - a videographer and a video editor
  • Involves studios large and small, recording equipment such as cameras, lights, and microphones. Editing programs like Camtasia, Adobe Premier Pro, and others.
  • associate's or bachelor's degree with coursework in videography, journalism, television, and film
    Professional certifications like adobe certified expert
  • Learning management system is a base, but there is opportunity to create programs that integrate with specific courses or the entire system. Examples include accessibility checker.
  • .NET, ColdFusion, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, jQuery, Microsoft SQL Server, SSIS, SSAS, SSRS
  • Experience: .NET, ColdFusion, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, jQuery, Microsoft SQL Server, SSIS, SSAS, SSRS
    Certifications if applicable
  • Examples can include illustrations of concepts, infrographics, graphs
  • (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat)
  • Depending on the size and resources of the team, sometimes all roles will work together to develop interactive learning opportunities - somewhat like this one.
  • Passed puppy kindergarten
    Will go to college in March
    Paid in treats

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