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Instructional Design and Technology

Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) is part of Library and Technology Services at YCP. We support faculty who want to use more technology in their teaching--from Moodle support to One Button Studio, from flipping classes to blended and online course development.

We offer knowledgebase instruction articles for faculty and students who wish to work independently, class-like workshops for learning with peers, and one-on-one help for those more complex questions. Contact us at idt@ycp.edu with questions or training requests. We’re happy to help!

 

Find out more about the 2018 Moodle Upgrade 

Humanities Building and the rock Spring 2016.

We're excited about...

...so many new things in 2018! See The IDT Toolbox for more information on each one of these new tools, new spaces, and new technologies.
  • ilos: a screen capturing, webcasting, video platform tool that makes it easy for both you and your students to create videos, now integrated with Moodle.
  • Vericite: a plagiarism-detection plugin for Moodle which has seen an increased use over the fall and into spring semesters.
  • Teaching: We're teaching a four-week asynchronous course to demonstrate strategies to enhance technology-enhanced courses. Due to the great response from faculty (42 signups!) we opened two sections.
  • One Button Studio: Record your lecture with the push of a single button (and a flash drive.) Now open in the Schmidt Library!
  • Moodle Plugins: Try out the new Course Overview on Campus block to better organize your courses on your Moodle homepage.
  • The IDT Toolbox
Deborah Vause

YCP Innovators

"After taking the Blended & Online Learning course, and seeing for myself how useful receiving video feedback is, I incorporated it into my FCO105 courses. Recording audio comments and using the screencasting feature allowed me to explain why a particular element of a student's work was problematic while looking at their work on the screen. Even more important, I could show them how to fix it, explaining what I was doing and why. Students told me they liked the personal feeling that I was speaking directly to them, and they appreciated the in-depth comments." Dr. Deborah Vause, English & Humanities
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Instructional Design and Technology

idt@ycp.edu

Pat Poet, ppoet@ycp.edu, 1458
Anne Saylor, asaylor@ycp.edu, 1929
Dana Gullo, dgullo@ycp.edu, 6682
Beth McGee, emcgee@ycp.edu, 1272 

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