Faculty Support: Creating Multimedia Resources

Narrated Tutorials, Screencasts, Presentations, Videos, Podcasts

Faculty-developed eLearning Content

Faculty members who opt to design an entire hybrid or online course often identify the need to create multimedia-based online instructional resources to support their course. Our team supports faculty success in this realm.


Related workshops are offered throughout the year as part of the Building Learning Series.

Faculty can request one-on-one consultations to:

  • Define the rationale for the project
  • Analyze the instructional requirements and learning objectives
  • Identify appropriate instructional strategies
  • Select applicable eLearning development tools
  • Consult on effective use of text, sound, animation and graphics to achieve the desired learning outcomes
  • Train and support in design, development, publishing, implementation and assessment

Styles of eLearning resources

  • Instructional videos
  • Screencasts
  • Narrated slide presentations
  • Podcasts
  • Interactive modules

Popular eLearning Development Tools

  • Adobe Presenter
    • Create narrated slide presentations
    • Develop in the familiar PowerPoint environment
    • Can be packaged and imported to LMS
    • Publish to HTML5 for mobile-friendly content
  • Adobe Captivate
    • Import PowerPoint slides or design directly in Captivate
    • Add advanced interactions
    • Publish to HTML5 for mobile-friendly workflow
  • Audacity
    • Easy to learn audio recording program
    • Export to MP3 or WAV
  • Screencast-o-matic
  • Camtasia

If you are interested in one-on-one consultation to identify the approach that supports your objectives, contact Glenn Kuntz, instructional multimedia designer, at [email protected].