Location: LMC, eLearning & Media Center, D140
Contact Telephone : 425-564-4210 (Call back number only – will be routed to Media Center Desk ) – Phone will be picked up between 9am-4pm | Media Desk: 425-564-2001
Provides faculty guidance to enhance online content for more effective student engagement and retention.
Inspiring creative application of technology, offering instructional design consultations and equipping faculty to embrace technology, we partner with faculty to design online, hybrid, and technology-enhanced coursework.
Design Request Form
Use this form to Submit a Canvas Course Design Request Consultation with an Instructional Designer. When submitting information give use all the details like: Section number, Quarter Code, URL to the Canvas site, Assignment Name or Student Name. This expedites the troubleshooting process. You will get a response in 24 hours during our work week.
Instructional Design Office Hours – Fall 2017
eLearning staff is available for walk-in help Monday – Thursday from 9am – 4pm and Friday 11am – 4pm
Monday – 9am – Noon Keith Rowley, Noon – 4pm Betsy Zahrt Geib
Tuesday – 9am – 2pm Bruce Wolcott, 1pm – 4pm Keith Rowley
Wednesday – 9am – 4pm Bruce Wolcott
Thursday – 9am – Noon Keith Rowley, 11am – 4pm Betsy Zahrt Geib
Friday – Noon – 4pm Keith Rowley
Interim eLearning Director – Sukirti Ranade
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | contact: 425-564-4211 | Office: D140
Instructional Technologist – Bruce Wolcott
email: email@example.com | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
Instructional Technologist – Keith Rowley
email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
Instructional Designer – Debi Griggs
email: email@example.com | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
Instructional Designer – Betsy Geib
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
Instructional Designer – Brian Bergen-Aurand
email: email@example.com | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
Why would you need instructional designer help to build your Canvas site?
Would you like to learn how to create an accessible and engaging online, hybrid, or web-enhanced course in Canvas? An eLearning Instructional Technologist / Designer will be available at the eLearning & Media Center in the Library Media Center to answer your questions!
Instructional Designers will be available to help instructors design their Canvas sites, based on the most effective instructional design and UDL principles. Both new to online/hybrid teaching and experienced instructors are welcome!
Consultations are available by appointment or walk-in, to assist instructors with course design strategies as they relate to the pedagogical delivery of content. These strategies work not only for online and hybrid courses, but also for web-enhanced courses. Since this is the direction Bellevue College is moving in terms of teaching modalities, it is a great opportunity to have a consult about current trends in eLearning:
- To make Canvas courses accessible
- To cater to UDL standards from a design standpoint.
Last Updated November 14, 2017