Immersive instructional design workshop
December 2, 2021 All day
Ten City Tech faculty will be selected to participate in a paid, virtual January immersive instructional design workshop in which they will learn about information literacy, reflect on discipline specific research practices and Information Literacy (IL) skills, and be introduced to accessible Instructional Design (ID) principles. Participants will complete readings and participate in discussions (both on zoom and in discussion boards) in order to better understand information literacy and research practices across different disciplines. The workshop will culminate in the production of an openly licensed digital learning object or short tutorial. The online workshop will contain synchronous (one 2-hour workshop) and asynchronous content totaling 15 hours paid at the participant’s non-teaching rate. Both full- and part-time faculty are encouraged to apply.
Learning outcomes: By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to
- Define information literacy in their academic discipline
- Be familiar with instructional design principles
- Understand how accessibility, universal design, and instructional design best practices intersect with the development of instructional design tools, tutorials, and interactive activities
- Design and produce a tutorial, digital learning object, or classroom-based/self-paced activity that introduces information literacy concepts in your discipline
12/02/21 – Applications due*
12/6-12/8/21 – Participants notified
12/16/21 – Pre-training information literacy survey due
1/5 or 1/6/22 – Two-hour workshops time TBA (participants choose one)
1/7-1/31/22 – Asynchronous trainings
2/1/22 – Learning object due
2/3/22 – Asynchronous wrap-up survey & reflections due
Prerequisites: Some familiarity with administration of an OpenLab or other WordPress site.
Apply here: https://forms.gle/bqu75c7QBidhBuKX9
About us: City Tech library and English faculty designed and will facilitate this workshop with funding from the New York State O.E.R. grant. Questions: contact Anne Leonard firstname.lastname@example.org.
*We can be a bit flexible about the due date for applications (this Thursday). In any case, the application process is simple.