Course Planning Meetings
In the initial meeting with an instructional designer from the eDesign Shop, the professor will brainstorm course design. Susequent meetings will be focused on finalizing elements of course structure.
Next, the professor will be asked to send the designer course materials so the designer can start to draft in Blackboard.
The professor will have the ability to:
- shoot videos
- create learning objects
- add any extra media elements to the course
Final Course Review
The eDesign Shop will then do the production work and submit the final product to the faculty member for approval and editing.
- Koobi Fora Field School
Koobi Fora Field SchoolThe eDesign Shop worked with archaeology professors to develop a four-week-long online course to prepare GW students for a six-week course at the Koobi Fora Field School in northern Kenya's Sibiloi National Park.
- Nike Case Study
Nike Case StudyThis case study was created for GW's Business in a Political Age MOOC with instructor Hon. Mark Kennedy.
- Federal Reserve Open Course
Federal Reserve Open Course
The eDesign Shop worked with top GW professors of finance, law, political science, and history to create a MOOC that sheds light on one of the most powerful, yet widely misunderstood, institutions in the world today.
- Ten Tips of Effective Writing
Ten Tips of Effective WritingThis video was created for a GW Elliott School of International Affairs intensive writing course to guide students with their assignments.