Monthly Archives: October 2013

Looking for Teaching Ideas? Try Merlot!

While a glass of wine may stimulate ideas, that’s not the kind of merlot I’m talking about. This Merlot is actually “a free and open peer reviewed collection of online teaching and learning materials and faculty-developed services contributed and used … Continue reading

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Instructional Design 101, Part 2

In Instructional Design 101, Part 1, you were introduced to ADDIE: Analysis Design Development Implement Evaluate ADDIE is a simple way to conceptualize the ID process. Let’s delve into the first two phases of this process – Analysis and Design. During … Continue reading

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Instructional Design 101, Part 1

In this 4-part series, Instructional Design 101, we will discuss what instructional design is, why it is important, and offer you instructional design strategies that you can use in your classroom. What is ID? Let’s start by defining instructional design … Continue reading

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1st Workshop in “Name Your Workshop” Month is…

Flowcharts, Diagramming & Mind-Mapping Made Easy with Lucidchart Monday, October 7th from 4pm – 5pm in Admin 130 Lucidchart is an online diagramming tool that allows individuals or groups to brainstorm ideas, organize thoughts, and collaborate in real time. It can … Continue reading

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