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Artist research presentation VoiceThread example Assignments

To achieve higher-order learning levels, assessments should be varied and provide students the opportunity to demonstrate content mastery by engaging with the course materials more deeply.
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View samples of courses designed with CITT to see how we help instructors create high quality and interactive content, assignments, and courses as well as select and implement tools that increase engagement, learning, and success.
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CCJ4934 headers Graphics

Working with an Instructional Designer can ensure well-designed ADA compliant course graphics that reinforce content and further key concepts.
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Virtual Field Trip assignment example Interactive Learning

Interactive learning assesses students on higher order thinking skills in an engaging and informative manner.
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ENY2041C stucture example Organization & Structure

Adhering to the UF Standards and Markers of Excellence, courses are organized in a consistent manner, with a logical starting point, and clear information on how to navigate the course.
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Storyline Drag and Drop example Student Resources

Providing supplemental activities allows students the opportunity to complete a self-assessment, while aligning with the expectations outlined in the UF Standards and Markers of Excellence.
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on the street example Video

In creating high quality and interesting presentations, instructors can choose from a variety of services intended to enhance the student learning experience.
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