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Mark your Calendars! Creator+ Workshop is Coming Soon!

by Erin Arthur on 2023-11-15T09:07:25-05:00 | 0 Comments

Creator+ Overview Workshop

Register now! This workshop will introduce an exciting new way to create engaging course content in your Falcon Online course shells. We will show you how to access Creator+ and create content. 

The workshop will be held in the Faculty Innovation Center's Computer Learning lab on Wednesday, November 29th at 2 PM. 


What is Creator+?

Now available within Falcon Online, Creator+ provides faculty the tools to connect even more with learners by creating compelling, accessible, and mobile-friendly content independently, quickly, and easily - without coding or software experience. 

 

What's available with Creator+? 

With Creator+, you can:

  • Use new ready-made page templates to quickly build content that is beautiful, accessible, and mobile-friendly.
  • Enhance comprehension with the Practices tool, keeping learners engaged with various exercises and question types.
  • Create flexible and accessible interactive Elements in your courses.

Creator+ carousel example

Want to learn more now?

Are you interested in learning more before the workshop? Check out the Creator+ section of the Falcon Online for Faculty InfoGuide.


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Erin Arthur
Associate Director, Instructional Designer
Erin.Arthur@daytonastate.edu
386-506-3090
Division of Online Studies


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