To develop fully online or hybrid courses and educational media I curate, create, and continuously improve learning content using an array of creative approaches that inspire learners and drive their progress. This includes working with subject matter experts (SMEs) or independently to: develop learning modules, courses, and mobile applications.
Loyola University Maryland Office of Educational Technology
Technology Field Guide Mobile App (Adobe Digital Publishing Suite)
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I start with clearly outlined learning objectives, sound design principles, script and storyboard. Interactive learning tools (or courses) include an LMS, development software (i.e. Adobe Captivate, Digital Publishing Suite), and multimedia production , and sound pedagogy.
My projects are completed with a comprehensive test plan and extensive user testing before final production. Take a look at some design and promotion (click on image thumbnail to see details):
University of Baltimore, CMAT 212 / 211 Digital Communications Hybrid Courses:
SAKAI LMS, WordPress Blog, Streaming Video
These courses are taught using the flipped classroom model. Most simply put, we read, watch video tutorials that illustrate the readings, and create elementary design collaterals outside of the class. Then we work on major projects in class.
MD Office of Employment and Program Equity
Disability Discrimination and Policy Online Learning Module (Adobe Captivate, Go Animate)
An annual, mandatory training course that must be completed by a cohort of 6,700 individuals—online or in-person. This interactive module features clearly outlined policy, explainer video, scenario animations, knowledge checks between modules, and a completion certificate.
Educational Technology Promotion:
Faculty Testimonials (Digital Video, Camtasia Studio, Audacity)
This brief series of faculty interviews showcases faculty innovators, testimonials, and tips when working with enterprise educational technologies.