Online Instructional Design Workshops & Webinars

All courses are free and open to faculty and staff.

Course Name Format Course Description
Create Measurable Learning Objectives Bridge Workshop
  • You will look at various reasons for creating course goals and objectives in your course.
  • You will examine the differences between course goals and objectives.
Creating Effective Online Discussions Interactive Workshop
  • This course will help you use discussions to achieve high levels of learning.
  • You will create deep and engaging discussion prompts.
  • And you'll learn how to effectively administer and adapt your discussions to meet the needs of your learners and your course.
Creating Mobile-friendly Courses Bridge Workshop
  • It's time to face it. Our students use mobile devices for learning. Let's help them out by approaching course design with mobile-friendly ideas in mind.
  • Be sure to BYODevice as we'll be exploring mobile design firsthand in this interactive session.
Humanize Your Online Course Bridge Webinar
  • Connect with your students and be more present in your online course without adding too much to your already full plate.
  • In this 25 minute webinar, you learn easy 5, 10, and 30 minute ideas to add to your course.
Improve Course Accessibility Bridge Webinar
  • Consider why accessible course content is necessary, how to fix content that isn't accessible, and save time by creating accessible content from the beginning.
  • In this 45 minute webinar, consider how accessible content benefits all learners, not just those who need accommodations.
Learning Domains Bridge Workshop
  • You will discuss differences among the cognitive domain, affective domain, and psychomotor domain.
  • You will also identify learning objectives for each learning domain.
Test Construction Canvas Workshop
  • This course will help you identify well-constructed true/false, multiple-choice, matching, short-answer/completion, and essay questions.
  • You will also compute the difficulty index, discrimination index, and efficiency of true/false and multiple-choice questions.