IDLT members are instructional designers and specialists trained to assist faculty in the identification and development of diverse teaching strategies. We recognize that individual needs and desired outcomes are unique for each faculty member. The options below detail the support provided as well as resources that will aid faculty in building innovative, student-centered curricula.
Through an instructional design consultation, IDLT members can help you:
- create measurable learning objectives.
- identify possible tools and approaches to achieve those learning objectives.
- utilize effective teaching strategies for hybrid and online learning.
- develop strategies to maximize the time spent with students in the face-to-face portions of your course.
- organize the online portions of your course.
- optimize online communication with your students.
- identify options for assessing student learning.
- assure your course meets recognized quality standards.
- learn to use various instructional tools, and work with your students as well.
Shifting Course Formats at SIUE - Information about shifting a face-to-face course to an online or hybrid format, including an overview the Form 94 process, requesting course shells in Blackboard, and scheduling instructional design consultations.
Assessing Your Preparedness to Teach Online - Teaching an online class requires different skills than teaching in a face-to-face class. It's important to be prepared for this change and to understand the kind of commitment that's necessary for success in online teaching.
Instructional Design Consultations - Information about ID consultations, including what to expect, what resources to bring, and how to schedule a meeting.