Enhance Your Online Course

Enhancing your course with learning objects and activities will help to communicate course content beyond static readings and lectures. Content presented in a memorable and meaningful way will stimulate the learner making the course more dynamic and successful. Discover the most suitable tools and enhancements for your course objectives.

Course Enhancements From CDL Graphics

Research supports incorporating visuals into online course content for two reasons: brains process visuals faster than they process text and today’s students are used to viewing multimedia. CDL Graphics has provided the following resources to help faculty supplement their online courses with visuals and course enhancing multimedia elements.

Course Enhancements From Video@CDL

Best Practices No two online courses are alike. The same can be said for video production. Each video carries its own unique set of objectives and challenges which require careful attention to ensure your course content is delivered in a way that both instructs and captivates your students. Think of the Best Practices as our list of …

Enhance your Course with Webcourses@UCF Integrations

Looking for extra tools to enhance your online course? This is a list of custom integrations available to all UCF faculty. These integrations are already available in your course shell. New tools being piloted are implemented upon request. Curious about Webcourses@UCF Integrations? Do you want to learn more about the following integrations? Are you interested …

Enhancing Your Online Course with Skype for Business (Lync)

Microsoft’s Skype for Business, also known as Lync, is a communication tool that allows faculty, staff, and students to hold virtual meetings from various sites and locations via a computer. Users can participate via instant message, video, or phone as well as share a desktop with one another. Skype for Business (Lync) can be used …

Streaming Videos in Online Classes

Streaming Videos from the UCF Libraries The UCF Libraries provide access to a number of streaming video collections.  Most of these films are accessible by any UCF student, staff, or faculty member. Alexander Street Press FMG Films on Demand DigitalCampus from Swank Motion Pictures, Inc. Kanopy Watch these videos for help getting started with embedding …