This session presents a behind-the-scenes look at the process of using instructional technology) to design and develop an engaging and self-guided elearning training on how to recognize and address hostile and/or intimidating behavior around the UW-Madison community. This flash talk will cover instructional design models, learning theory, online learning tools, accessibility for the web, and user experience.
MERIT library combined its Library Service Desks and IT Service Desk into a one-stop shop in fall of 2021 when we re-opened our Public Service space and everyone returned to campus. This is the story and lessons learned of our first year and half as a one-stop shop. Hear about the human and technical aspects of our process, successes and challenges.
We found that:
There will be things you don’t think about in advance, even when you think you got it all.
The first year may not always be pretty, but change provides great opportunity.
It is best to prepare methods for feedback to monitor the adjustments in progress.
Hey developers and content creators! Learn UX and accessibility best practices that you can bake into the beginning of content creation or the development process to prevent the remediation of barriers later on.
We will discuss using a variety of tools in our CI/CD pipeline to make sure our product works, works well, and is written well. I hope you will find one new you aren’t using yet, learn how to use it, and integrate it into your CI/CD pipelines. A general understanding of software development and CI/CD pipelines is required.