The following templates and how-to guides have been developed by the Digital Education team to assist faculty in creating their own course content. All templates have accessible design embedded in the document and the companion how-to guide includes information regarding how to preserve the accessibility features in the template.
If you have any questions or experience any issues using these resources, please contact your Instructional Designer.
Delivering exceptional courses is much easier when you make use of the various guidelines and templates provided by Digital Education (DE) and CIT. After a brief overview of the course development process, this section introduces the available DE guidelines and CIT resources.
Course Development Overview
Comprehensive Product How-Tos (Includes all How-To Guides listed below)
Camtasia is a tool to record on-screen activity, edit and enhance your content, and share in high-quality to USF students anywhere.
The following guidelines offer assistance in using Ensemble to enable media management and publishing in Canvas.
Use the following Word template and guide to build in accessibility in your Word documents.
Use the appropriate template below to create your presentations. The templates incorporate accessibility features to help students with disabilities.
Follow these guidelines to create self-recorded or studio recorded content such as lectures, video introductions or slide presentations with audio or video for your course.
Transcripts and Closed Captioning
When creating transcripts for your videos, audio recordings or presentations, please review the following resources for guidance.
Closed Captioning How-To Guide (Coming Soon)