This portfolio highlights some of my instructional design and e-learning work since 2004. My work history is available on my LinkedIn profile. Click the thumbnails for additional information on each project.
The client needed a way to let learners practice interacting with patients while following the multi-step intervention process. Rather than simple knowledge check questions, they decided on a branching scenario to create a more realistic practice situation.
In this practice scenario, participants make choices and see different reactions depending on the choices made.
This course on coaching and mentoring uses a conversational technique to introduce the content. Instead of a single narrator reading bullet points in a list, I used two characters who explain the content via a conversation.
For this cultural competence course, stories provide more emotional impact than abstract descriptions of the concepts.
Sometimes it’s challenging to determine whether you need an instructional designer or an e-learning developer. Answer the questions in this activity to help clarify your needs.
This storyboard includes the content of the self-assessment activities and directions for the Flash developers.
Scenario-based activities pose realistic problems for students to address, allowing them to practice applying skills and making decisions in authentic situations.
Presentations and publications, including blogging