eLearning Support Staff & Services
Brian Jambor Graduate Assistant
Educational Technology D2L Training &
D2L Support Faculty Support
Course Development and Course Design Support
Supporting faculty in the development of new online courses and the improvement of existing online courses using current, research-based design standards; adult learning theory; and evidence-based teaching strategies
Creating, updating, and facilitating faculty support sites in D2L sites such as:
- “Course Design for Online Courses” – a site in D2L to help faculty prepare their online course environment.
- “from ON-CAMPUS to ONLINE: the Basics for Faculty” – a facilitated D2L site designed to help faculty develop new online courses
Helping provide faculty with access to relevant resources and information in support of their professional development goals and objectives related to teaching and learning.
EdTech website – https://www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/distance/elearning/edtech/
Providing tools, training, and support for teaching/learning goals through the use of technologies.
Consulting with departments and faculty about new teaching, learning and technology projects and tools.
Cultivating communication and collaboration among departments, faculty and staff through workshops and trainings.
Supporting existing software and programs that enhance teaching: online meeting and collaboration tools, MediaSpace, Zoom, online test proctoring, video recording, storage and streaming, captioning, creating online audio, video and narrated PowerPoint lectures for playback in D2L Brightspace.
Managing the Media Recording Studio in the A.C. Clark library.
Evaluating new academic technologies for teaching/learning and sharing knowledge.
D2L Brightspace (D2L) Training and Support
Tutorials and Videos: https://www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/distance/elearning/d2l-handouts-and-videos/
Faculty and Staff Orientation site in D2L – can self-register if not already enrolled.
Workshops, open labs & one-on-one training in the eLearning Support office (Library 236), or remotely (i.e. phone, Zoom meeting).
Faculty and Staff Support – by phone, Zoom, email, or in the eLearning Support office.
Assistance for moving on-campus courses to the online environment in D2L, including instructional design and basic online course environment design support.
D2L Support for other uses such as advising, training, organizations, collaboration, etc.
Notifications of system-wide workshops and training sessions, as well as updates related to D2L.