CIRT provides an array of instructional design services to support UNF faculty with the systematic process of designing, developing, and delivering instructional materials. A group of highly motivated and experienced instructional designers a.k.a the ID Team are available to consult on instructional design best practices, assist in the conversion of traditional course materials to the online learning format, and provide training and development related to the practical and pedagogical skills necessary for developing and delivering interactive and engaging instructional materials.
The primary services provided by the ID Team include, consultations, course development, course review, faculty development, and a liaison program meant to strengthen communication between faculty members and instructional designers. For more information about these services, visit the following pages:
Through the instructional designers’ lens, course development is an iterative process that passes through four major stages (design, develop, teach, and evaluate). Browse the following pages for information, resources, and strategies that can be used to streamline your online course development efforts at each successive stage.
Are you creating an online course and are unsure of how to begin? Do you need a quick refresher on the course development process? Are you short on time and need to kickstart your online course development? Follow the quick and easy three-step process in this kit to fully develop your Canvas course.
Inspiration and Ideas
Browse Articles and Best Practices written by current and past members of the instructional design team.
Design and Development
Explore Online Course Templates used to streamline the development of quality online and blended learning courses.
Review Frequently Asked Questions for answers to some common questions about online learning at UNF.
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