[Athen] how many instructors are writing HTML for their courses?

chenjiat at msu.edu chenjiat at msu.edu
Mon Jun 22 13:37:45 PDT 2015

Most faculty use the WYSIWYG editor to add pages and images.  

A lot just upload Word, PDF, media, content packages (e.g., Camtasia, Captivate).  

Some hard core physics, comp sc, maths and econ professors would use HTML, but mostly because they need to add scripts, embeds or equations.


Jiatyan Chen

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Michigan State University

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On Monday, Jun 22, 2015 at 15:12, Howard Kramer <hkramer at ahead.org>, wrote:
Hello All:

I'm working on putting together a syllabus for a short MOOC on inclusive instruction. One question that came up is whether faculty are creating their own HTML pages and therefore, should this topic be covered. My sense is that almost all course content is being created through LMS, Word, PPT and PDF documents and video. But I thought I'd see if anyone had a different take on this. Are there still a significant amount of instructors writing their own web pages?




Howard Kramer

Conference Coordinator

Accessing Higher Ground


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