Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

From planning to implementation of an online or face-to-face course, there are many different ways you can manage a project of this size. Organization and communication are crucial to the success of course design when working in a team. This session will focus on two technology tools, Trello and Evernote, which can be utilized to enhance communication, organization and manage course design projects. These tools can help when more than one faculty member is creating the course or when working with an instructional designer. The tools are free, easy to use and run on both a PC and mobile devices. Examples will be showcased on how both tools can be used to support communication and track progress, set a timeline, create task lists, assign responsibilities and keep projects organized and moving forward.

Keywords

Trello, Evernote, Course Design

Audience Focus

Higher Education

Start Date

7-29-2015 3:00 PM

End Date

7-29-2015 4:00 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Mary Bohman is an Instructional Design Specialist at Winona State University. She is licensed Visual Arts K-12 instructor, Educational Leadership graduate student and a Quality Matters Peer Reviewer.

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Jul 29th, 3:00 PM Jul 29th, 4:00 PM

Keeping yourself organized when designing courses

From planning to implementation of an online or face-to-face course, there are many different ways you can manage a project of this size. Organization and communication are crucial to the success of course design when working in a team. This session will focus on two technology tools, Trello and Evernote, which can be utilized to enhance communication, organization and manage course design projects. These tools can help when more than one faculty member is creating the course or when working with an instructional designer. The tools are free, easy to use and run on both a PC and mobile devices. Examples will be showcased on how both tools can be used to support communication and track progress, set a timeline, create task lists, assign responsibilities and keep projects organized and moving forward.