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Instructional Design & Educational Technology Consulting

Meet with an Educational Technology staff person from the Center for Teaching and Learning to discuss all aspects of the effective use of technology in a course or curriculum.

Identify particular opportunities where technology can provide value and plan support and training opportunities for faculty and students.  This service works with teaching faculty across the disciplines to conceptualize, design and create engaging learning interactions, produce and test rapid design prototypes, and evaluate the effectiveness of instructional methods and interventions.

Features

  • Instructional design assistance for effectively teaching with technology
  • Advice on creating online and blended learning activities
  • Explore how Yale collections can be used in your courses with our partners in the Library
  • Discover opportunities for enhancing students’ information and media literacy together with our partners in the Library

Other services include academic website support and an array of other technology tools such as Individual Digital Collections Management, tablet course loans, classroom pollingand clip capture.

Who can use it?

If you are a faculty member or graduate teaching fellow interested in using technology in a course, you can request a consultation with one of our technologists. We can consult with you about technologies that you would like to use yourself or technologies that your students would use. We can help you think about effective uses of presentation software, Classes*v2, course websites, blogs, wikis, mobile technologies, audio and video projects, and many others. Consultations frequently include a librarian who can advise on research education, eReserves, and other resources.

If you are a student, we can advise you on the production of digital assignments, digital audio and video, blogs, and the use of other technologies for coursework.

How much does it cost?

There is no cost for consultation services.

How do I get it?

Send an email to the Instructional Technology Group at itg@yale.edu.

Where can I get help?

Send an email to the Instructional Technology Group at itg@yale.edu.

Related policies and procedures

Appropriate Use

FERPA

Intellectual property page of the Yale Division of the Vice President and General Counsel

Instructional Design & Educational Technology Consulting

Service manager: 
Edward O'Neill
Primary parent: 
Teaching and Learning
Short description: 

Assistance with a web based learning objective for teaching and learning.

Meet with an Educational Technology staff person from the Center for Teaching and Learning to discuss all aspects of the effective use of technology in a course or curriculum.

Identify particular opportunities where technology can provide value and plan support and training opportunities for faculty and students.  This service works with teaching faculty across the disciplines to conceptualize, design and create engaging learning interactions, produce and test rapid design prototypes, and evaluate the effectiveness of instructional methods and interventions.

Features: 
  • Instructional design assistance for effectively teaching with technology
  • Advice on creating online and blended learning activities
  • Explore how Yale collections can be used in your courses with our partners in the Library
  • Discover opportunities for enhancing students’ information and media literacy together with our partners in the Library

Other services include academic website support and an array of other technology tools such as Individual Digital Collections Management, tablet course loans, classroom pollingand clip capture.

Who can use it?: 

If you are a faculty member or graduate teaching fellow interested in using technology in a course, you can request a consultation with one of our technologists. We can consult with you about technologies that you would like to use yourself or technologies that your students would use. We can help you think about effective uses of presentation software, Classes*v2, course websites, blogs, wikis, mobile technologies, audio and video projects, and many others. Consultations frequently include a librarian who can advise on research education, eReserves, and other resources.

If you are a student, we can advise you on the production of digital assignments, digital audio and video, blogs, and the use of other technologies for coursework.

How much does it cost?: 

There is no cost for consultation services.

How do I get it?: 

Send an email to the Instructional Technology Group at itg@yale.edu.

Where can I get help?: 

Send an email to the Instructional Technology Group at itg@yale.edu.

Related policies and procedures: 

Appropriate Use

FERPA

Intellectual property page of the Yale Division of the Vice President and General Counsel

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