Support from instructional designers
The Instructional Designers' job is to motivate, supervise and develop the use of digital opportunities in teaching by being a close partner to teachers. The goal is to make learning objects available technically and in terms of processing, as well as to create structures and materials that provide added value to the students.
Examples of what Instructional Designers can assist teachers with:
- Build well thought-out educational arrangements in Canvas.
- Produce images, film, and sound.
- Design aesthetically pleasing solutions/productions in your teaching.
- Show the possibilities of digital tools to engage students.
- Develop the use of interaction-enhancing applications to increase interaction with students.
- Discuss alternative forms of examination.
- Capture the institutions' specific needs and issues with regard to pedagogy and digital technology.
- Support, training, and hold workshops in digital tools and systems: Canvas, Zoom, Kaltura (LTU-Play), EvaSys and Urkund.
More information about our systems
IT in Education