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Instructional Design Consultations
Also known as: Technology Tools for Instruction
Available to: Faculty & Staff
The Collaborative Learning Hub (CLUB) retains a staff of lab assistants and instructional designers who can help you better utilize technology resources at George Mason. Lab assistants will help identify and meet your technology-use goals and, if needed, refer you to an instructional design staff member.
During one-on-one or small group consultations, an instructional designer will discuss ways to incorporate technology into your curriculum. Whether you would like to design an online class for Blackboard or place on the web information to supplement an existing course, our team can help. Training for plagiarism prevention software and other tools is available, as well as instruction in web site design and communication technologies.
Negotiating technology tools in the classroom can be difficult. Meet with us to increase your knowledge of available tools and to learn what works best for you, whether you are teaching in a regular or technology-enhanced classroom. We also provide consultations about new media technologies, classroom control panels, interactive strategies for learning, and networking challenges.
How to Get this Service
Instructional Design Staff
Stephen Nodine, Manager - Senior Instructional Designer
Rick Reo, Instructional Designer
firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-993-8536 (Prince William)
Katrina Joseph, Instructional Designer
Susan Campbell, Learning Technologies Analyst
Joseph DiPietro, Instructional Designer
There is no charge for this service.
Call the Instruction Design Staff to set up a consultation.
The main instructional design offices are located on the Fairfax Campus in the Collaborative Learning Hub (CLUB), Johnson Center, Room 311. Instructional design consultations are also available in the training lab on the Prince William Campus in the training lab, Occoquan Building, Room 231. Suggestions, comments, testimonials, and case studies are strongly encouraged. Please e-mail the instructional design team at email@example.com.
Last modified date: July 3, 2012