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Friday, September 30, 2022

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Posted: Friday, September 30, 2022

Instructional Design and Distance Learning: What They Do and How They Can Support Teaching and Learning at Buffalo State - October 4

We invite you to meet the Instructional Design and Distance Learning team on Tuesday, October 4, from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in Bulger Communication Center 217 to better understand the collaborative approach between instructional designers, educational technologists, and instructors at Buffalo State.

As new innovations occur and our student profile shifts, educational materials need to be revised and adapted to accommodate the new landscape of higher education; however, it is not as simple as revising a PowerPoint or adding new information to a course. The entire learning process often needs to be reshaped, so individuals are able to apply new knowledge in authentic real-world situations. This is where the instructional designer’s role comes into play.  

Instructional designers and educational technologists are on campus to provide guidance and leadership in designing for an online environment and delivering engaging high-quality courses while providing support for the use of educational technology and promoting innovative practices to improve the quality of educational experiences.  

You will leave this session with resources, services, and connections with instructional designers and educational technologists to assist in incorporating educational technology and designing learning experiences for your students.

Please register in advance.

Hosted by and lunch provided courtesy of United University Professions.

Submitted by: Jude M.A. Jayatilleke
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