Information Technology Services

Instructional Design Service Overview

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Description

The Instructional Design team works with faculty and instructors to help them effectively achieve their teaching and learning goals. This will often include the use of digital technologies.

Available to

Dartmouth faculty and instructors

Benefits and Features

Instructional Design consults can include these topics:

  • Course design and redesign
  • Defining educational goals and learning objectives
  • Design of both formative and summative assessments to measure attainment of learning outcomes
  • Design of learning activities and experiences that provide practice and preparation for success in assessments
  • Optimizing a Canvas course site with student-centered design decisions
  • Collaboration activities and tools (blogs, wikis, discussion boards)
  • Training and support for educational technologies, such as Classroom Response Systems, Lecture Capture, Screencasting
  • Techniques and approaches such as peer teaching and peer assessment, flipping the classroom
  • Active learning and strategies for student engagement
  • Blended learning

We also frequently offer workshops on these topics, and can create departmental workshops on request.

Get Started

To get in touch with the Instructional Design team, email [email protected].

Topic: 
Academic Technology Services
Subtopic: 
Classroom Support
Last updated: 
Tuesday, July 5, 2016

If you have questions or need further information, contact your department's IT support office, or contact the IT Service Desk via email at [email protected], via phone at 603-646-2999 or walk in to see them in Baker/Berry 178J.

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