Response to Basic E-Learning Workflow and Design Process by Nicole Legault

Last week, I was browsing my weekly newsletters when I came across this article titled “Basic E-Learning Workflow And Design Process” by Nicole Legault on E-Learning Heroes. Much of the article is spot on and a great read for someone getting started with e-learning. There are two things I believe are truly missing from this … Continue reading Response to Basic E-Learning Workflow and Design Process by Nicole Legault

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Creating an Original Instructional Video

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

Nature Boosts Happiness (Pecha Kucha)

Recently, I made a Pecha Kucha as a class project about Preserving Your Natural Surroundings. In one point, I mention the benefits of nature in improving happiness. At the time, I knew there was science behind it, but did not have time to research it or say it in my voice over. Today, I found … Continue reading Nature Boosts Happiness (Pecha Kucha)

Exploring New Social Media: Google+

Today I am exploring using Google+ for my professional learning network. I have blogged about this a few times, here and here. Overall, I consider Google+ to be straightforward and easy to use, as per usual with Google. What is Google+ According to Google, “Google+ is a place to connect with friends, and family, and explore … Continue reading Exploring New Social Media: Google+