Course Development and Delivery
The Instructional Designers meet with the faculty member for guidance/brainstorming as part of an initial meeting, after that guidance is done mainly through asynchronous communications and possibly one or two additional meetings. Referrals to other resources or units may be made if the project does not align with shared program initiatives.
The Instructional Designers and faculty member collaborate through the stages of transforming a course to a new teaching modality. An initial meeting and possibly two to five additional meetings as touch points will be used to guide faculty through the design process which include things to consider, syllabus, goals and lesson objectives, feedback and assessment, teaching and learning activities, and assembling the components into a coherent whole. Requests or needs are typically identified two or more months prior to the start of the semester.
Intensive Course Designs/ Redesigns
The Instructional Designers and faculty member work together throughout the design, development, and delivery of a course with many touchpoints across the duration of the process both via asynchronous communications and meetings. For requests made one semester in advance.