The following are examples of course banners produced by the Center for Distributed Learning for faculty and colleges for use in Webcourses@UCF. These graphics may be used by those in the UCF community without written permission. Text information is presented only as an example and should be disregarded.
Request Custom Banners & Graphics
If you have completed IDL6543 and need to request any updated or custom graphics for your online course, please contact your Instructional Designer.
Action Icons have been created for use in Webcourses@UCF (e.g., Do This, Read This, Watch This, etc.) to bring attention to a specific area of text or media. These icons are fully integrated into Webcourses@UCF through the Rich Content Editor. Detailed instructions on how to add Action Icons to your course are provided by Webcourses@UCF Support. A few examples are shown below.
Banner Design Examples
A banner may already exist for your course. Use the Course Banner Search tool below to see previously created banners. Simply type in your course prefix (e.g. ENC) or your course prefix and number (e.g. ENC1101) in the text box and click Submit. Feel free to use one of the banners displayed or use it as the basis for your request.
An assortment of accessible banner color options are displayed below. Each banner portrays a different color swatch that can be selected for your custom banner. Alternative colors can also be used upon request, but the colors below have been verified as accessible in online courses.