Check out my most recent instructional blog post with instructional video–and get to know my personality–HERE.
All e-Learning examples included in this portfolio were created as coursework during the completion of the Instructional Design and e-Learning Certificate Program through The University of Washington (Seattle). This certificate program was entirely online and asynchronous; as such, the program format itself also provided a fantastic model of what e-Learning can be.
This portfolio is in no way exhaustive and will grow as I gain experience working in these authoring platforms. Please consider giving me the opportunity to gain experience in these authoring platforms.
A simple branching scenario created on Twinery
Storyboard for a Module on How to Use Slack (made in PPT)
A critical look at an e-Learning module
A critical look at a learning game (my own digital breakout)
Other content created which is sadly no longer accessible due to expired trial accounts and course WordPress sites. Links take you to a description of the project created. I deeply regret not taking screen shots of everything before the free trials ran out. Thank you for understanding!
-Assessment built in LearnDash
-Assessment built in Articulate Rise
A challenge for any aspiring e-Learning designer is access to an authoring platform; if one does not work for an organization which has a license for Articulate, the price point can be daunting (Captivate and Camtasia are less-daunting, cost-wise, but still prohibitive for the purposes of portfolio creation.) If you are representing an organization considering me for an ID or e-Learning contract role and would like a specific example of a module built in a specific authoring platform, please ask and I will create that example ideally utilizing a free trial of the platform of your choice. Thank you for reaching out!
Coming soon: How to Plan a Disney Vacation e-Learning Module created in Udutu, a free e-Learning platform.