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Summer/Fall Quarter classes now available

Using video? Is it captioned?

Captioning helps students learn better, especially those learning English and those studying in loud places (like work). In addition, federal law requires that videos used in an instructional setting be captioned. That includes YouTube videos, Camtasia, Vimeo, TED talks, Panopto... anything that a student who can't hear would need for class.

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2014-15 Faculty In Residence

Have questions about using technology in your courses? E-mail Us or call Ext. 3969 to connect!

  • Sue Frantz, Psychology
  • Tommy Kim, Literature and Film Studies
  • Maurea Maya, ABE/ESL
  • Deb Moore, Library

Recent Workshops and Presentations from Instructional Design


Who is Instructional Design?

Sue Frantz, Faculty-in-Residence

Bob Hier, Media Producer

Tommy Kim, Faculty-in-Residence

Marc Lentini, Director

Louise Madsen, Production Assistant

Maurea Maya, Faculty-in-Residence

Deb Moore, Faculty-in-Residence

Chad Russell, Media Programmer

Tuyen Tran, Producer, Student Voices


What does Instructional Design do?

Instructional Design at Highline is charged with four goals:

  • Assist faculty with curriculum design and instructional materials development
  • Produce video and other multimedia in support of the instructional process>
  • Build a community of practice around the use of technology in teaching
  • Support faculty development of online, hybrid, and technology-enhanced courses

We do this through a combination of project partnerships with faculty or departments (for example, redesigning a program to modular, open-entry courses), workshops, seminars and  discussion groups, and one-on-one, just-in-time consulting.

Department staff are involved in IT leadership, technology training, distance learning, faculty development, teaching in several different departments, and multimedia production.

We work closely with the Learning and Teaching Center, the Library and Information Technology Services.