We work with your content to develop innovative and engaging learning activities using appropriate tools to meet your instructor and learner needs. These case studies demonstrate how the DCDC designs have met particular clients’ needs.
Module: ITE 402
The Institute for Teacher Education (ITE) at UHM’s College of Education contracted DCDC to develop an online version of the course ITE 402: Secondary Field Experience (Teaching Practicum).
Course: FSHN 185 & 370
The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) at the University of Hawaii-Manoa, contracted DCDC to develop online versions of their courses FSHN 185: Food Science and Human Nutrition and FSHN 370: Lifespan Nutrition.
Website: College of Education, UH Manoa
UH Manoa’s College of Education (COE) contracted DCDC to develop an improved College website with increased navigability of the content for the prospective student.
Course: PEPS 250
The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) contracted DCDC to develop an online version of their course PEPS 250: World of Insects. This course is open to students of all undergraduate majors, and is a popular choice as an elective since it fulfills both a science and writing intensive requirement for graduation.
Course: Calculus I & II
Calculus I & II were developed for online delivery in order to make the courses accessible to a wider audience, including neighbor island students and those living in more remote areas of Hawaii.
Course: Hawaiian 101
Hawai’inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge contracted DCDC to create an online version of the course Hawaiian 101: Elementary Hawaiian (in development).
Course: KRS 634
The University of Hawaii contracted DCDC to develop KRS 634: Inclusive Physical Education for the Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences Program. This was to be the first KRS course designed by DCDC.
Course: SPED 304
The Special Education (SPED) Department approached DCDC with the project of creating an online version of the undergraduate course, Foundations of Inclusive Schooling.
Website: Exploring Our Fluid Earth
DCDC was approached for the project because they have extensive experience creating websites used for education. The client needed a website designed to deliver content to teachers and students in easy and visually appealing ways as well as to provide an intuitive and efficient way for teachers to communicate with one another. The DCDC structural design accomplished both.
Module: Child Custody in the Courts 101
The School of Social Work (SSW) contacted DCDC to develop a module, Child Custody in the Courts 101, for online delivery. The resultant website offers students and the broader social work community an opportunity for professional development and education.
Course: Hawaiian Voyaging
The growth and expansion of the Ocean Exploration program prompted the Center to approach DCDC for online course development. The Center wished to consolidate related classes on marine sciences, vessel construction education, and ocean navigation and travel.
Course: ETEC 632
This Educational Technology course stressed the importance of “community” so DCDC helped create a dynamically-generated Flickr widget to bring in images from those taking the course.
Program: REHABILITATION COUNSELING
The DCDC assisted the UHM College of Education Department of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science to transform its traditional face-to-face M.S. program in rehabilitation counseling into a completely online and fully accredited degree program.