Developing a Content Conversion Guide


“Content Conversion Guide”
That name doesn’t roll off the tongue, does it? Over the years, I’ve worked with numerous faculty who were new to online teaching. If you’ve ever been a faculty member new to online teaching, you know that there is a lot to know. One area of concern always involves technology. Specifically, faculty tend to have a lot of course content in the form of handwritten lecture notes, PowerPoint slides, Word documents, and more and they really want to be able to use those resources online.

CourseFileConversionGuide_screenI thought it would be interesting to try to create a resource that faculty could reference to help them convert their content. It is still a work in progress, but I think the idea might have merit. I am really creating this for those faculty who are the DIY types. I know we all have access to our IT folks at our universities, but sometimes you just want to work at home to do this and not have to go to the campus to get help.

What do you think? Does the idea have merit? How might you improve upon this idea? I’m using Articulate Storyline 360. Let the comments begin! 🙂

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