1.1. Use publishing avenues to announce TLC services, activities, accessibility, resources, and processes to utilize effectively the resources and services available through the TLC.
1.2. Use publishing avenues to announce TLC services, activities, accessibility, resources, and processes to utilize effectively the expertise of the instructional designer.
2.1. Keep Claire Summers apprised of TLC activities.
2.2. Give adjuncts an intro tour of the TLC.
2.3. Increase hours of TLC operation.
2.4. Schedule workshops for the weekend.
3.1. Build projects based on needs assessment.
3.2 Create generic templates that can be used for all classes
3.3. Have the Instructional Designer attend workshops or seminars to increase skills in creating such projects.
4.1. Schedule regular workshops and round tables where teaching staff may share ideas, skills, and software.
5.1. Schedule regular brown bag gatherings where teaching staff may share ideas, skills, and software.
5.2. Establish a partnership among instructors.
6.1. Provide professional consultation to instructors.
6.2. Use TLC workshops as a springboard for additional help and consultation.
7.1. Monitor evolving teaching and learning needs.
7.2. Document faculty requests.
7.3. The Instructional Designer should attend workshops & seminars to keep abreast of educational and technology changes.
7.4. Prepare faculty for the increased demand for online learning.
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