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This job aid was created in Piktochart as part of my Educational Applications of Multimedia course. It was designed to be distributed to newly hired adult education instructors at a community college. Text, pictures, and screencasts are used to model how to search for and share educational resources using OER Commons. It utilizes several multimedia principles, including the temporal contiguity principle, the cueing principle, the modality principle, and the worked example principle, in order to increase learning.
This is an example of a digital story I created for high school students to introduce the concept of including sensory details in narrative writing. The storyboard was completed in PowerPoint as part of the planning process. The audio was edited in Audacity, and the video was edited using Windows Movie Maker.
This interactive brochure was created as an adaptation of an E-Learning Heroes challenge. I created the brochure in Articulate Rise, utilizing interactive tabs within the Blocks feature to describe some popular Austin tourist attractions.
This mini-course was developed in Articulate 360 to teach early childhood and elementary teachers about the three cueing systems used in early literacy. It contains interactive buttons that reveal hidden text and audio when clicked.
This course was created as part of a challenge through Purdue University’s Learning Design and Technology program to earn a digital badge in Articulate. The course utilizes several design features in Articulate 360, such as audio, video, screencasts, quiz questions, and interactive buttons.