The winner of the 2022 Quality Impact Award is Dr. Shelly Wyatt. Since 2017, Dr. Wyatt has facilitated 49 Quality and/or High Quality designations (an average of 10 reviews per year).
The winner of the inaugural 2021 Quality Impact Award is Ashley Salter. Ashley provided an exemplary submission and has conducted over 30 Quality and/or High Quality reviews and designations.
The UCF Quality Taskforce sought for ways to exemplify the hard work put forth by the Instructional Design team at the Center for Distributed Learning (CDL) in regards to their tasks, relations, and contributions related to quality. Annually awarded to one assistant, associate, and/or senior instructional designer (ID) for their significant impact in UCF’s Quality Initiative, the purpose of the Instructional Designer Quality Impact Award is to recognize the efforts and impact the ID has had on UCF faculty, students, and the Quality Initiative.
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Interested in improving accessibility concerns for your students? At the click of a button, UDOIT checks for accessibility issues within a course and provides recommendations for resolving those issues.
Tired of opening assignments individually to change a due date? The Due Date Changer allows you to edit assignment due dates all at once!
Trying to prevent cheating? With an easier set-up than ProctorU, ProctorHub allows an instructor to quickly enable webcam recording on a quiz in order to verify student authentication.
Looking for a way to innovate the student learning experience? The PAL platform allows students to undergo an individualized learning experience. The PAL team with CDL assists faculty with developing and implementing adaptive learning courses.
Transitioning from RV (lecture capture) to RA (Active Learning Reduced Seat Time) in the College of Business Administration