Home » Teach Online » Enhance Your Online Course » Course Enhancements From CDL Graphics Course Enhancements From CDL Graphics Upcoming Information Session The sessions will be broadcast live from the Faculty Multimedia Center and can be attended in person or remotely. Interactivity may be limited for those attending online. If you choose to attend in person, there will be opportunities for consultations with CDL Graphics team members after the info session. At CDL Graphics, we specialize in designing graphics and visuals to enhance online course content that assist faculty in their teaching efforts. Our team members boast a combined thirty years of experience and hold various degrees in the visual arts. Throughout the year, we invite you to explore our services and discover the various types of graphics we can create to elevate your online course. Join us to learn more about our services and see how we can help you take your online course to the next level. These sessions are available to UCF Faculty who are credentialed to teach online. Check Out Our Work Course banners are graphical headings that help create identity and persona for online courses. Course banners are created by CDL Graphics for faculty and colleges for use in Webcourses@UCF. These graphics may be used by those in the UCF community without written permission. Use the buttons below to explore sample banners and graphics created by CDL Graphics for UCF faculty. If you would like to request a new banner, click the Request Course Banner button. Explore Course Banners Explore Graphics Portfolio Request Graphics Looking for graphic enhancements for your online course? We can help! Our talented graphic designers specialize in designing course banners, infographics, illustrations, avatars, icons, charts, and animated graphics. Use the options below to request a custom course banner or course graphic. A CDL Graphic designer will contact you shortly after submitting the request. Request Course Banner Request Course Graphic OER Resources The resources below are great places to look for media elements to use within your course that are openly licensed in a way that freely permits education use. Creative Commons Creative Commons is a non-profit that helps sharing & Reuse of creativity & knowledge via free legal and technological tools. These tools are not alternatives to copyright laws, rather they work alongside them. Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia Commons is a database of over 19,000,000 freely useable media files to which anyone can contribute. Library of Congress Use the Library of Congress to access to print, pictorial and audio-visual collections and other digital services. Tandem Vault The UCF Marketing Tandem Vault is managed by UCF Marketing. All photography is available free of charge for editorial usage, viewing and presentations. However, advertising or commercial use by non-UCF entities is prohibited. Adobe Color Adobe Color, formerly known as Adobe Kuler, is an internet application from Adobe Systems that lets individuals try out, create and save various colour schemes, each of which consists of a set of five colors. Pixabay PixaBay is a repository for stunning public domain pictures. Your source for free vectors, free drawings and free photos. You can use any Pixabay image without attribution in digital and printed form, even for commercial applications.