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Instructional Design & Technology at Rollins College is a dynamic group of instructional technologists and assistant technologists who specialize in assisting to create course content, learning management systems management, designing and facilitating professional development, and incorporating media into the classroom.

We are committed to assisting you in the following ways:

  • Collaborate with faculty to design course content and courses.
  • Develop training materials to assist with the use of media and technologies into the face-to-face, web-enhanced, and blended classroom.
  • Facilitate professional development on a variety of topics from blogs and wikis to creating eBooks and the use of multimedia.
  • Foster a community of technological innovation through faculty presentations and grant opportunities.
  • Recommend technology solutions for desired learning outcomes.
  • Train faculty, staff, and students to use Blackboard and other academic technologies.
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A Digital Notebook: OneNote

Imagine yourself in a meeting and you’ve been tasked to take notes. How do you decide which medium to use? Do you just use Microsoft Word, perhaps notepad, then email …

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Foliotek: An ePortfolio Tool

An ePortfolio tool we have incorporated here at Rollins College is Foliotek. Foliotek is available to faculty and can be accessed by logging into Blackboard, then on the left side …

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Sway

Microsoft’s Sway has been around since August 2015. However, I haven’t heard many people talking about it or seen many using it. I decided to spend some time exploring this …

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3D Printing in the Classroom

3D printing has been around for a few decades, but recent years have seen the drop in the cost of both hardware and materials, making the technology accessible to the …

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