Home » Teach Online » Professional Development for Teaching Online » IDL7000 IDL7000 IDL7000 Cancelled Fall 2020 Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, IDL7000 has been canceled for Fall 2020. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. The Center for Distributed Learning’s newest faculty development program for online courses, IDL7000, is now available to IDL6543 graduates or OFRA-certified instructors who wish to refresh, expand, or enhance their online teaching experiences. IDL6543 Prerequisite IDL6543 must be completed before enrolling into this program. If you have not yet completed IDL6543, discuss your interest with the chair of your program. Additionally, faculty can not enroll into IDL7000 if they have completed IDL6543 within 5 years to date. IDL7000 is offered every fall. Participation in the 6-week IDL7000 course is voluntary, and participants must complete the required activities to obtain a Certificate of Completion. Activities include meetings with their instructional designer, online course readings, and completion of their chosen projects. Course topics include: CopyrightIntellectual PropertyFERPAAccessibility and Universal Design for LearningCDL Services (e.g., CDL Teams, Tools/Resources, and Professional Development Opportunities)UCF Services (e.g., UCF Library, the UCF Writing Center, Office of Instructional Resources, and Student Academic Resource Center)External Resources (e.g., Open Educational Resources, Universal Design for Learning, and Emerging Technologies) Register for IDL7000 Class Schedule Fall 2019 Class Schedule Fall cohort has been cancelled.