The WSU Digital Learning and Development Sandbox

Wednesday, March 25 | 10:30AM–11:15AM | Seville East/First Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
The convergence of learning objects, media, and new technology in both the virtual and real worlds impacts the content, delivery, and design of instruction, assignments, and assessments. New tools for aggregating, mixing, and presenting media objects allow faculty to interact with students and produce presentations and assignments that are flexible and creative. The important elements of instructional design (using learning objectives, assessments, and matched strategies) are applied to increase the effectiveness and relevance of the "instructed" material when embedded within new technologies. The presentation will present the prototype that is being developed for a systematic approach to digital learning using image repositories.


  • Anne-Marie Armstrong

    Professor, Oakland Community College
  • Jon McGlone

    Front End Developer & UI Designer, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Julie Thompson Klein

    Professor of Humanities, Wayne State University

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