For the second CU Online Instructional Design Faculty Weblog, CU Online Instructional Designer Amy Osatinski sat down with Remi Kalir, Assistant Professor of Information and Learning Technologies in the School of Education and Human Development. In his weblog, Remi demonstrates the web annotation tool Hypothes.is and how he uses it within Canvas with his students. To view the weblog, click here
Instructional Design: Faculty Weblog #2: Remi Kalir
Instructional Design: Faculty Weblog #1: John Byrd
For the first CU Online Instructional Design Faculty Weblog, CU Online's Instructional Designer Amy Osatinski sat down with John Byrd, Senior Instructor of Finance at the Business School. In his weblog, John demonstrates how he uses HTML to create interactive pop-up boxes in Canvas. To view the Weblog, click here
Notes from the Instructional Design field
Instructional Design Faculty Weblogs
Are you doing something interesting or innovative in your Canvas course? Would you like to share your great work with other faculty members?
New Instructional Design Resources
CU Online is pleased to announce the roll out of our new instructional design resources. Read our white paper that outlines the resources and the research behind them authored by our new instructional designer, Dr. Amy Osatinski. In addition to the white paper, here is a flyer (also shown below) that outlines the new resources at a glance.
Tell The Reader More
The headline and subheader tells us what you're offering, and the form header closes the deal. Over here you can explain why your offer is so great it's worth filling out a form for.
- Bullets are great
- For spelling out benefits and
- Turning visitors into leads.