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The Department of Instructional Design and Delivery offers numerous services, support options, and resources for faculty, staff, and students. Click on the links below to learn more.
Blackboard Support provides information for students and instructors about the Blackboard Learning Management System, Blackboard Learn, and the web-conferencing tool, Blackboard Collaborate. Included are FAQ's, minimum system requirements, and other resources.
Course Review is a course review process designed for online/blended courses using the Quality Matters Rubric to promote quality assurance in course design.
Teaching Online Certification Instructors participate in an online course that provides basic Blackboard Learn skills with best instructional practices for teaching in the online environment. This certification is a professional development requirement to teach online at FSU.
Best Practices are researched and reliable experiences that have lead to desired results. Using Best Practices is a commitment to using knowledge and technology to ensure success.
Training Workshops are training sessions to provide hands-on experience with the features and tools that are used by instructors, staff, and students.
Loan Equipment University faculty, staff, and students may borrow a variety of equipment from the IT Help Desk in Gira Center Room 123 on a short-term basis including laptops, iPads, Adaptors, projectors, and much more.
Multimedia We offer a variety of Multi-media services to FSU faculty and staff from the planning stage to the finished product. Services include audio & video production, media conversion, image design, and more.
Orientation Resources We've compliled a repository of required information and resources you need to provide in your course materials to meet quality standards.