Welcome! If you are thinking about adding video to your online course, this is a great place to start. Here, you’ll find information about what’s involved when working with Video@CDL. You can take a look at our production process, request a consultation, and get technical help. Our best practices provide examples of videos to inspire your creativity. Spend some time here to see different ways to incorporate video into your class. While the main goal of our team is to maintain video support for UCF’s online courses, we also partner with on and off campus organizations on special projects. As you look around, we hope you get a clear understanding of our team, our services, and our facility.
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Description: IDL6543 is the award-winning faculty development program required for all UCF faculty who plan to design, develop, and teach new courses online. Your colleagues in the Summer 2016 cohort are approaching the end of the program and are getting ready for the Showcase event!
Presentation of the Faculty Multimedia Center and Faculty Multimedia Series Resources, followed by a Q@A session. Facilitated by Don Merritt, Director; Todd McMahon, Assistant Director; and Jon Findell, FMC Manager, Office of Instructional Resources.
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IDL6543 is an award-winning, non-credit course for faculty provided by UCF’s Center for Distributed Learning (CDL). This video demonstrates what instructors can expect when presenting their course during the IDL6543 Showcase.
Cast: Video@CDL) Array ( [title] => Promoting Flexible Learning Opportunities in Online Courses: A Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Approach [description] =>
Addressing the needs of individual learners in online courses is commonly perceived as challenging for instructors. Design principles included in the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework have the potential to optimize learning in all spaces for all people, based on scientific insights in how people learn. In this session, we will share principles from the UDL framework that promote flexible learning opportunities within online courses. Specifically, an instructor’s experience of integrating UDL principles into online courses will be presented, and an online tool called Universal Design Online Inspection Tool (UDOIT) will be showcased. Resources available at: online.ucf.edu/faculty-seminar14/
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