Instructional Design & Delivery

 

Preparing Your Course in the Event of a
Campus Weather Emergency

In the event that the campus has weather emergency resulting in the suspension of classes on campus, ID&D wants to help you continue to deliver your courses to your enrolled students..

Below you will see a list of tutorials that will assist you in converting your face to face content to MyClasses or how to use additional instructional software. If you have any questions beyond what is covered here, please contact us.


VIDEO TUTORIALS AND PRINTABLE INSTRUCTIONS


TIPS FOR PREPARING YOUR COURSE FOR A WEATHER EMERGENCY
This printable PDF handout will help you prepare your course in the event that a health crisis or other emergency arises at the university.
GETTING STARTED WITH COURSE CONTENT
This handout will give you a brief overview of how to add content, including files (documents, PDFs, PowerPoints, etc.) to you MyClasses course.
INFORMATION ON USING TOOLS WITHIN MYCLASSES TO FACILITATE STUDENT ACTIVITIES:
  • CREATING ANNOUNCEMENTS
    • Allows faculty to add important information to the course, send as an email, and as a notification inside the Blackboard Mobile Learn app.
Students can stay up-to-date on course information via their Smartphone by downloading the Blackboard Mobile App.

ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE TO FACILITATE ENGAGEMENT:
PANOPTO LECTURE CAPTURE
Panopto allows faculty to record their computer screen, including audio from a microphone, and provide that video to their students through MyClasses. The link above will take you to our SU Panopto site with information on how to use the product.
 
GOOGLE DRIVE - USING GOOGLE DOCS
Google Docs provides an array of tools for instructors to use to share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. The instructor and students must all have a Google Account (Free) in order to share content.
 
JING PROJECT
Jing is a fast and easy way to record your screen or grab an image to share with others. Watch the provided tutorial to see how you could use Jing to provide content to your students.