Designing a new course?

Teaching online? Redesigning assignments, exams, lectures?

The Hub's Instructional Designers provide consultative support for UM-Dearborn faculty who are developing courses for online, hybrid, or face-to-face settings. Instructors desiring such support should submit a consultation request form below.

PURPOSE

This service is designed to bring the faculty and our instructional design team together to collaborate on specific elements of a new or existing course. Our instructional designers Autumm Caines, Belen Garcia, Jessica Riviere or Sarah Silverman can meet to discuss and assist with the following components of your teaching endeavor:

  • Learning Objectives/Outcomes
  • Content Organization
  • Formative and Summative Assessments
  • Multimedia Development
  • Integration of Educational Technology Tools
  • Interaction and Communication Strategies

CONSULTATION PROCESS

  1. Plan: Consultation Request > Kick-off Meeting > Course Review
  2. Design: Course Blueprint > Learning Objectives/Activities/Assessments Redesign
  3. Build: Course Materials Development > Canvas Site Development> Pilot Review
  4. Run/Evaluate: Midterm/Final Evaluation > Course Revision Planning

ELIGIBILITY

Any full-time, part-time, tenured or non-tenured faculty members are eligible to request a course consultation.

TO REQUEST CONSULTATION

Request the first available appointment with an Instructional Designer or go back to our home page for scheduling links for individual Instructional Designers.

TIMELINE FOR SERVICES

We recommend applying for consultation services no less than 8-12 weeks prior to the expected launch date of your proposed course. Consultation services will be scheduled around our instructional design team’s workload. 

 

 

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