This is a hotspot activity created using Articulate Storyline 360. This is based on an activity that the students in the Visual Analytics and Predictive Modeling must complete after reading about the fundamental principles of Visual Analytics. The image that was mapped is based on the French Invasion of Russia in 1812.
This was an additional project that I created recently. This is a mashup of Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy. You will spin the wheel and then select a question from the board. It's a two-player or two team game. I hope that you enjoy!
Micro Training/Lessons are usually 5-10 minutes of e-learning modules that are quick and easy to access. The following is a micro lesson for the faculty of CHS on how to connect their devices and what to bring to a certain classroom or conference room.
This is an e-Learning Training module on How to use WebEx. This was designed for the faculty and staff and highlights how to use audio, join, connect, etc. Adobe Captivate was used in this project. ( You will be asked to enter your name and email before starting.)
The following "Absorb" activity introduces you to BigBlueButton which is a web conferencing system that is built into an LMS. This project was created with Articulate Storyline 360 with videos created in Camtasia.
This is a stop animation video about how to bake brownies. Storyboards from our explainer video were exchanged with a partner to be used for this project. The Stop motion pro app used to create this project. The brownies were actually baked and the Paw Patrol actually assisted in this project :)
This is our storyboard that was created for our Explainer/How-to Video Project. I enjoyed this preparation and planning as it helped me to create the video with the proper organization. Production is made more efficient when you can walk into a project knowing exactly what to say or write.
Click on the link or the image below to view the animated explainer video. This video was created using Vyond. The video is about the advantages of walking your child to school. I walk my daughter to school when the weather is nice and it is an enjoyable experience. It's one of our Daddy-Daughter things.
The live stream video created is about "How to make a Target run in 7 Minutes". This was created using an iPhone and the Ustream app. My family assisted in this project. The app for making the Target run is called "ShopList(Grocery list) available in the app store".
This infographic was created using Visme. The infographic is about myself, my experiences, skills, and goals. Infographics are creative and innovative ways to display data and information for any profession. Many companies are now accepting resumes in this form.
This artifact was created in Articulate Rise, however, this contains many Storyline 360 activities. This was made for the students in the Health Informatics program who will take the Visual Analytics and Predictive Modeling course based on their module readings.
The ID Adventures is a Virtual reality game that takes you through different levels(VR environments) to answer questions about assessment terms. Each level requires a higher cognitive level. Gamification is a great way to engage learners!
The following "Do" activity is used to cover one of the muddiest points of web conferencing which is the audio setup. This is an e-Learning software simulation training created in Articulate Storyline 360.
The screencasting video was created to show "How to use Arc Screen Capture". The video was created under Camtasia studio and the SCORM package was uploaded to SCORM cloud for sharing. There are two questions within the video which is the reason for the SCORM compliance. Click on the image or the link below to view the video and answer the quiz questions.
The following is the storyboard created for the screencasting video. Even though I knew all of the steps that were needed this was also critical in preparation for the screencast layout. It helps you to create a script for narration making the recording session simple to follow.
The green screen video project serves as an introduction to the screencasting video project. The introduction was recorded using an iPad on a tripod and edited with Camtasia Studio. This was my first green screen recording as I'm usually the person working behind the curtain in production.