Instructional Design Support
Looking for some hands-on help in designing your course? There are many ways to contact the experts at the DLI.
Have a general question, comment or suggestion, contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a specific question about content creation or just want to speak to someone directly? Use our one-on-one assistance form to make an appointment with an instructional designer.
Have a project in mind and need assistance? Use our Instructional Design Project Request form to get started.
Is your course completed and you need it reviewed by our instructional designers? Visit our Course Review page to request our services.
Since instructors are always learning, we have developed pedagogically sound workshops and professional developments to help you improve and enhance your teaching.
If you only have 15 minutes to spare, we also offer microlearnings to help you get a quick look at a topic: ranging from using IntelliAgents in D2L to an introduction to the 7 Teaching Principles. Check back often for updates.
Our instructional designers have created content to address relevant topics in facilitating online courses.
You can begin by learning the best practices for enhancing your online course delivery.
Pedagogy for online teaching expands on various topics that address areas like content development and communication strategies.
Instructional design models provide you with procedural frameworks for the systematic production of instruction.
For those of you who need quick access to DLI created templates (like the Accessible Syllabus template) , we offer a direct link to all our documents, templates, and forms.