In starting a new job at a large academic institution, there are two things that are true: 1) I have opportunity to participate and explore many topics in the Instructional Design field and 2) we have limited budgets. I know large academic institutions can seem restrictive and outlined in red tape, yet I believe I … Continue reading Wish List for Professional Development
I used Canva to create an Infographic about the Foster Care Child. Canva is a fairly robust web tool which allows for users to create visuals and graphics within minutes. There are templates for infographics, cards, banners, social media posts, and many more styles. Here is my short review of Canva.
I completed a courseware with Adobe Captivate 9! Here are some of my lessons learned.adobeaddiegilewelcome The training topic was ADDIE-Gile or the combination of ADDIE and Agile Development Methods. I created this combination of methods as a response to a perceived connection in the two styles of Instructional Design methodologies. I think it turned out pretty great.
I took a class as a high school senior called "Digital Video Design" and rocked it! I mean, I wasn't that great at it, but I definitely had fun. We got to host a live morning announcements show every morning. For this show, we produced "field" stories where I interviewed students about dances and other "controversies". … Continue reading Creating an Original Instructional Video
I recently co-hosted a webinar on the content authoring tool called SmartBuilder (I'll write a reflection another time about hosting). We demonstrated designing a hover popup function with the FREE community version. It is a good tool and especially great when considering low budgets for content authoring software. SmartBuilder Overview Like Captivate or Storyline, SmartBuilder is … Continue reading New Tool: SmartBuilder