Well-designed headers can represent a courses content, concepts, and tone. For these headers, instructional designers worked closely with instructors to design headers that strike a perfect balance between form and function.
These headers are a perfect example of how the Center for Instructional Technology and Training can create headers based on an idea. This stack of books is a nice addition to this literature course.
These headers are another example of how we can take a vision and bring it to fruition. Using the image of a dog, each header contains an x-ray image of the part of the animal that is being discussed in that module. These headers coincide with the PowerPoint template for this particular course.
These headers were created based off an initial vision that changed throughout the development process. The end result is nothing like the initial vision, but this is a prime example of how we can expand upon a vision to create something meaningful for your course.
Power Point Templates
This PowerPoint template incorporates the use of white text on a black background, ensuring ADA compliance. The use of an interesting image on the initial slide draws students in.
This PowerPoint template incorporates the use of white text on a dark gray background, ensuring ADA compliance. The grid pattern on the dog image in the background corresponds with the header images for this course.