Course Websites, Multimedia, and Digital Content
Development of Materials
- Instructional Support Staff
- Teaching Assistants
Faculty Instructional Technology Center staff are available to consult with instructors on the best practices on developing course materials and creating course websites with a focus on maximizing usage of eCommons, our collaborative learning environment. We provide limited web site design services for traditional websites. Our lab is available for instructors to utilize modern hardware and software for content creation. Our FITC student consultants are available on a daily (M-F) basis for consulting and assistance. See Hours.
We incorporate best practices and compliance with requirements such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, adherence to web development standards, etc.
McHenry Library, rm 1330
Our student staff can assist with course material production services for course site design (ecommons site customization), scanning, digitizing and migration from other sites to eCommons. Small scanning and digitizing jobs can be dropped off for processing (up to 4 hours per quarter.) Larger projects may be developed in consultation with FITC staff helping with instructional design, project planning and execution (some fees may apply depending on scope.) Bring your online course ideas by and we can assist in creating a project plan. Either call 459-5506 or create an ITR Service Request to schedule an consulting appointment.