Instructional Resources

The Delphi Center is pleased to offer a wide variety of instructional design services to faculty. From one-on-one consultations to multimedia services, we offer design solutions for all types of faculty needs.

Technology Tools

The Delphi Center supports a variety of technology tools for use in the classroom. Here you will find information about the university's learning management system, Blackboard, as well as other general technology applications.

Copyright Information

Copyright plays a central role in education, scholarship, and most facets of an information world. Find the latest information and guidelines on our resource website.

Faculty Consultation

Meet with one of the Delphi Center's instructional designers and learn more about how to upgrade your current class or design a new course.

Instructional Design FAQs

Simply looking for some tips? We've collected some of our favorites to share. Follow this step-by-step plan for addressing instructional design projects.

Visit the Instructional Design FAQs for instructional design tips and best practices that will help you in develop and deliver an effective course rich in structure, engagement and pedagogy.

Digital Media Services

The Delphi Center offers a variety of digital media services to faculty members. Find out more.

Syllabus Guidelines

Learn about the Guidelines concerning the creation, distribution, and modification of syllabi at the University of Louisville.

Resources for Preparing Your Course

These resources will help you prepare your face-to-face, blended and online courses based on best practices and research-based standards.

Creating an Online Program

Learn the process for creating an online degree or certificate program and who to contact to get started.

Creating Accessible Courses

The Delphi Center provides support for creating and delivering courses that are accessible to students with disabilities. Learn more.

Emerging and Mobile Technologies

Consider how you might use emerging and mobile technologies in your teaching and in course assignments.

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