Karen Sorensen, PACE’s Instructional Designer, is available to consult with faculty about their course design. Having trouble aligning your assessments to your outcomes? Want help creating a rubric? Trying to design your course to be more Universal? Or maybe you just want to brainstorm with someone about your course. Karen would love to help with any of these things. Call or email her to set up an appointment today!
Instructional Technology Specialists
Having trouble with D2L/Brightspace? Want to create videos for your class? Have accessibility questions? Want training in D2L/Brightspace or Skype for Business? Educational Technology Services (ETS) has two instructional Technology Specialists who can help you! Make an appointment with Josh Dean or Royce Jacomen or just drop by their faculty lab in ETS (Hardin Valley Campus, GN236).
View the Copyright Overview by the library. Learn about Fair Use, the TEACH Act and what you can and cannot do under each. If you still have questions, ask a Librarian. There’s a button right on the Copyright page to ask a Librarian.
- Library accessibility resources on developing accessible MS Office documents and closed-captioning videos
- Accessibility for Visual Designers, UX Design and Content Design
- Educational Technology Services (ETS) Accessibility website
- STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) accessibility
- Accessibility Quick Guide
Have you met your Subject Librarian? They can help you brainstorm library resources and services that support your curriculum, create and update learning objects, library guides or library lesson plans that support your curriculum, help finding Open Educational Resources (OERs) and much more.
The library has guides for all PSCC subject areas. They offer reference books, technical guides, media, articles, databases. Check out your subject area guide!
Trying to link to a PSCC library resource?
Make sure to use the PSCC EZ Proxy Prefix so students will be able to access the library resource off-campus.
MERLOT Pedagogy Portal
Instructional strategies and issues on Course Instructional Design, Assessment, Learning Theories and strategies such as Simulations, Learning Centered Teaching, Critical Thinking and so much more. You can read and use these materials and if you want, you can join and add to the resources. Check out the MERLOT Pedagogy Portal.
Mobile Fellows/NearPod Training
For further information contact Rachel Glazener, firstname.lastname@example.org
OR Donn King – email@example.com
Academic Support Center
Make sure your students know about the On-Campus and Online Tutoring available to them!