1. Resources
    1. PowerPoint Slides
    2. Course Formats
    3. Images – Royalty Free and Public Domain Images – Safe to Use in Your Course
    4. Image Editor – Free and Online
    5. HTML Editors – Free and Online
    6. Colour Swatch Picker
    7. cuLearn Help Pages

Want to create a more visually appealing course, but don’t know where to start? Watch the recorded session below to learn how to effectively communicate your course learning outcomes and workflow, while ensuring that it remains compatible with all devices and looks good while doing it! See what resources, tools and options you have available to make your course move visually appealing, functional and engaging.

This video workshop will explore:

  • Course design examples
  • Course format options
  • Course branding and consistency
  • Chunking and simplifying content
  • Finding, editing and using images to enhance your course
  • Design with mobile users in mind

Resources

PowerPoint Slides

Course Design – Aesthetics and Function in cuLearn Dec 2015

Course Formats

Images – Royalty Free and Public Domain Images – Safe to Use in Your Course

Image Editor – Free and Online

HTML Editors – Free and Online

  • Best Online HTML Editor bestonlinehtmleditor.com
  • HTML Cleaner html-cleaner.com
  • Custom Menu – to link to a section/topic make some text, highlight it then use the following text in the link box. For example, to link to section 8, use “#section-8” as the link.

Colour Swatch Picker

cuLearn Help Pages

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