Instructional Design for eLearning

photo from a previous symposium

Technology Symposium 2019

This year's event will be held Wednesday May 1 in the Mary Idema Pew Library on the Allendale campus. Please visit the Symposium page for all the details.

Interested in presenting?

The deadline for proposals is April 5, 2019.

  • To submit a proposal, please complete this online form.
  • Proposals will be accepted based on the topic as well as the date of submission. Because there is limited space, please submit your proposal early.
  • Notifications will be sent out electronically on April 12, 2018.

How Do I Get Started?

Are you interested in teaching a hybrid or an online course? To learn more about the process involved in proposing courses and being certified to teach online, please visit the Faculty Resources for Online Education page. To learn how to become an approved online or hybrid instructor, please visit the webpage for our Foundations workshop.

About IDeL

Our goal is to develop confident and competent faculty, prepared to teach in blended and fully online learning environments, who are able to integrate technology in a way that is learner-centered and pedagogically sound.learn more about us

Quick Links

Avoiding the 5 Most Common Mistakes in Using Blogs with Students

  • The insights in this article from Campus Technology can be applied to many technological tools, not just blogs.

Technology Improves Student Scores

  • This article describes the results of a study that suggests a wise use of instructional technology has a measurable impact on student achievement.

Technology Improves Student Scores

  • This article describes the results of a study that suggests a wise use of instructional technology has a measurable impact on student achievement.


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