The Instructional Design & Support Group (IDSG) offers various instructional and tech support services for faculty and staff at Kapi’olani Community College. Submit a ticket if you need assistance or visit us in Naio 203!
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Instructional Design & Support Group (IDSG)
The Instructional Design & Support Group assists and supports the instructor, whether it’s one-on-one faculty assistance, holding workshops, course redesign or redesign assistance, moving face-to-face courses to online or hybrid, multimedia production, or any other instructional questions.
One-On-One Faculty Assistance
Do you need assistance with anything? We can work with you one-on-one so that you can get solutions to your problems quickly and easily.
We offer various workshops on any topic ranging from software/tools, learning management systems, and design. We offer face-to-face, one-on-one, and online webinar training. You can view upcoming training or register through the Training (https://ohana.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/training/) website.
Brush up on your skills or learn a new tool with our Training Workshops! Join the TOPP Program and design your online course from start to finish!
The Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Technology (CELTT) offers technical support and services to the whole campus. We assist you with any software, hardware, or peripheral troubleshooting. You can put in a request for assistance through the RESOLVE (https://resolve.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/) website. If you need assistance with eCAFE, you can send a request at email@example.com.
Need instructional or technical assistance? Submit a ticket with RESOLVE.
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