Live Faculty Online Support
Use this Zoom link to connect with one of our staff:
An eLearning designer will be Online during the “office hours” listed below. Please click on the link and enter the Zoom session.
Winter break 2020
December 19th to December 27th – No walk-in Zoom session. No Designer available. All requests need a Request Center ticket for Canvas content assistance or an TDX ticket for Add/Remove Instructors and Requesting Incomplete Shells. Priority will be for Adding Associate Teachers and Publisher content.
December 28th to December 30th – Instructional Design support from 11am to 3pm, available on Zoom
Instructional Design Office Hours – Winter 2021
January 4th – March 25th 11am – 2pm – A designer will be available on Zoom.
|11am - Noon||Bruce Wolcott/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Keith Rowley|
|Noon - 1pm||Bruce Wolcott/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Keith Rowley|
|1pm - 2pm||Bruce Wolcott/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Keith Rowley|
|2pm - 3pm||Bruce Wolcott/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Deborah Leblang||Deborah Leblang||George Rowe/Keith Rowley|
Design and Support Requests
Support tickets will be reviewed by the Designer on schedule.
Design Consultation and In-depth Course review will need a Request Center ticket. You will be assigned to an Instructional Designer. When submitting information give us all the details like Section number, Quarter Code, URL to the Canvas site, Assignment Name or Student Name and a call back number. This expedites the troubleshooting process. You will get a response in 24 hours during our work week.
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.
Location: LMC, eLearning Center, D140
Contacts: eLearning 425-564-4210 & MultiMedia 425-564-2001, Monday – Thursday 10 am – 3 pm, Friday 10 am- 3pm
Director eLearning & Multimedia – Sukirti Ranade
email: email@example.com | contact: 425-564-4211 | Office: D140
Digital Learning & Multimedia Manager – Ron Austin
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | contact:: 425-564-3406 | Office: D126N
Digital Learning Coordinator – Heather Rane
email: email@example.com | contact:: 425-564-4213 | Office: D150B
Instructional Designer – Betsy Zahrt Geib
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
eLearning Advisor – Karen Bethards
email: email@example.com | contact: 425-564-4209 | Office: D150B
Instructional Technologist – Bruce Wolcott
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
Instructional Technologist – Keith Rowley
email: email@example.com | contact:: 425-564-4210 | Office: D140
Instructional Designer – George Rowe
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | 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 December 21, 2020