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CITT Instructional designers assist with course development, consultation, and pedagogically focused workshops for instructors, administrators, and staff at the University of Florida, including graduate students and post-doctoral associates. Instructional designers utilize research and best practices in course design that will:
- Increase instructor presence and student engagement
- Ensure accessibility
- Enhance course organization and usability
- Improve consistency within a course and across a program
- Strengthen quality of lectures and other instructor-created material
Whether you need to develop a full course or program, review and revise an existing course, or flip all or part of your course, CITT is here to help. We provide instructional design assistance for fully online, flipped, hybrid, and traditional face-to-face courses.
Request assistance to utilize the services below.
Instructors can complete a full course development that includes video recording, captioning, and the creation of accessible content in accordance with UF+QM and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) guidelines.
If a full course development is not necessary, course revisions can focus on specific elements (e.g., assignments, rubrics, content) based on student feedback or instructor needs.
Over the course of a semester (up to 16 weeks), design and develop a Canvas site to enhance current advising practices using tools and technologies in an accessible digital environment.
To meet your specific needs, create a custom development plan that focuses on specific aspects of your course, whether that’s a week or a month. Select "I'm not sure what I need" when filling out our Request Assistance Form, and we'll reach out to you to get started.
*Service is based on availability and agreement with ID.
If you have questions about any of our existing workshops or offerings, or would like a special offering focused on your department’s specific needs, our team of instructional designers is here to help!
If you have a teaching challenge or want to explore a new technology or strategy, consult with an instructional designer to receive feedback and assistance on topics related to course design, teaching, accessibility, and more.
Our instructional designers can help you develop a proactive approach to streamline future DRC requests. Learn how to use the Ally tool in Canvas to evaluate and improve digitally distributed materials to make courses more accessible to students with disabilities and more usable for everyone. Get started by submitting a Request Assistance form.