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October, 2022

13Oct11:00 AM11:50 AMGPS Your Course: Turn-by-Turn Navigation to Help Your Students Through Your CourseDr. Betsy Zahrt Geib and Deborah Leblang, Bellevue College11:00 AM – 11:50 AM


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October 13, 2022


Thursday 11:00 AM – 11:50 AM Pacific Time


Online via Zoom


Part of 2022 Conference

Session Description

Students often complain that it takes too much time to find what they need to do, rather than doing what needs to get done. In this interactive workshop, participants will explore design ideas to make it easier for students to navigate content and activities. We will look at examples of courses that utilize intentional navigation strategies and consider how to add these best practices to our own courses. We will also discuss ways to gather and apply real-time student feedback to improve the user’s experience.


Dr. Betsy Zahrt Geib

Instructor and Instructional Designer, Bellevue College

I am a certificated Instructional Designer with a passion for combining design and pedagogy to support equitable and accessible student learning in online and web-enhanced courses. I support faculty with Canvas issues, course builds, accessibility and UDL questions, enhanced page design, Cidi Labs, and ed tech tools. I have a PhD in Economics with a focus on gender issues in the field of labor economics. I teach in the Economics Department at Bellevue College.

Deborah Leblang

Instructor and Instructional Designer, Bellevue College

Deborah Leblang joined the Instructional design team with thirteen years of interdisciplinary collegiate teaching experience. She has two masters degrees from Columbia University: Master of Arts in Art History and Archaeology as well as Master of Science in Architectural History and Conservation. Her research is currently on women in arts education. Deborah teaches in both the Art and Interior Design Departments at Bellevue College.