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Creating Media Enhanced Instructional
Material for Flipped Model

NYU's Global Learning and Innovation Group (GLI)

GLI (NYU IT) collaborates with faculty to create a course that uses the flipped model so that faculty can make the most of the face-to-face time with students. Faculty can collaborate with a videographer, animator, data visualization specialist and instructional designer to design the best use of the “flipped” model based on the learning objectives, course content, and student needs. This includes designing effective student activities, producing media materials, and implementing the design with technology so as to create an effective and engaging learning experience. Enhancing a course with media and technology can seem like a big task to undertake alone. The instructional design service is a full service model that includes assistance with the design, pre and post development work, and full assembly in NYU Classes of the course.

To set up a consultation to learn more about how staff at NYU can work with you to flip your class please complete this request form and we will contact you within the same business day.

Integrating Technology in a Flipped Class Model

Digital Studio

At the Digital Studio, the NYU community can consult with technologists and designers who have expertise in digital scholarship, educational technologies, and instructional design practices. NYU faculty interested in flipped or blended learning will get help developing media content and creating instructional video modules with high-quality, engaging content.

To request an appointment, visit or call us during regular business hours (10am-6pm, Monday-Friday) at 212-998-2522.

Workshops & Instructional Feedback Services

Center for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT)

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching promotes an ongoing, university-wide discussion about teaching and learning matters, striving both to facilitate that conversation and to contribute to it intellectually. We seek at once to provide practical resources and activities that foster the enhancement of teaching and learning and to develop greater commitment across schools and programs to supporting teaching in the diverse NYU campus community.

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