The development and delivery of course content, including principles of multimedia instruction, flipped resources, and inclusivity.
Recommendations for faculty who wish to create instructional videos for use in their courses, oriented toward faculty with little or no experience in video creation. Tips include both important considerations for visual support materials and advice about recording your speaking voice. Also includes a list of digital tools for video creation.
A step-by-step guide to access the Independent Review Resources for Online Teaching in Blackboard. There are three organizations available, depending on your USC role.
A video review of Mayer’s 12 principles of multimedia learning and how they apply to course multimedia.
A step-by-step guide to record a course lecture using Zoom.
A collection of 12 research-based principles for the design and organization of multimedia presentations, such as common PowerPoint slide decks.
Faculty Zoom accounts now have the capability to enable live automatic speech recognition transcription (similar to closed captioning) in real time for meetings and live sessions. As the host of your live classroom sessions, you can enable this feature during each class by following the instructions below. Transcripts can be considered an important part of universal design, supporting students’ various learning, abilities, and environments.