Instructional Design Services
UAA's Academic Innovations has a team of instructional designers ready to help you with your online course or program design.
Online Master Course (OMC) Project
- Robust Online Learning, Online Master Course Project
The OMC project aims to foster higher course quality and consistency, in order to improve program outcomes and assessments. OMCs reduce the design demands on faculty, while preserving flexibility. The student experience improves because the shell targets the desired learning outcomes, provides an interactive learning environment, and connects to eLearning resources.
Innovative Design Studio
Located in the UAA/APU Consortium Library, the Innovative Design Studio hosts video and audio production, 3D printing, blended and augmented reality technologies available for faculty to test and work with designers to implement in their teaching and learning. Students may also utilize the studio pending availability. Contact Studio staff at 786-4477.
- eLearning Faculty Semester Guide
Learn about the support services at AI&e eLearning specific to faculty teaching online. Submit your Faculty & Exam Form, review current semester dates and deadlines.
- RPNow Online Test Proctoring
With internet, a web cam, and a microphone, RPNow allows today's busy student to complete their proctored exam in a time and place that fits their schedule. Visit eLearning to discover how to set up your online exams using RPNow.
In January 2020, Blackboard Tests, Pools, and Surveys will replace Scantron. If you need assistance getting your exams converted to Blackboard, please call AI&e at 786-4496 to work with an instructional designer.
AI&e Multimedia Support
The multimedia team offers assistance in online audio and video production, accessibility in online formats and advice on what media to produce and use in your online course design.
Academic Innovations & eLearning
UAA/APU Consortium Library, 213 | 3211 Providence Drive | Anchorage, Alaska 99508
(907) 786-4496 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Mon–Fri, 8a–5p