I have experience creating Instructional design documents, storyboards, scripts, and course blueprints. These documents involve using learning and design theory to plan a product.
I design and develop eLearning courses with authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline and Rise from storyboards, outlines, blueprints, and other instructional design documents. I can carry a project from beginning to end.
I create learning materials to enhance virtual webinars, instructor-led training, and eLearning programs. This includes job aids, slide decks, workbooks, and more.
I’m a creative and passionate instructional designer and eLearning developer. I use my knowledge of cognitive learning science and my technical and creative skills to develop corporate learning solutions. Click the button below to learn more about me!
Learner Experience Design
I conduct a learner analysis to determine the instructional need as well as the strengths, opportunities for improvement, and motivations of my learner group.
Not only is my work effective – it’s engaging! I apply my love of art and design to create learning experiences. This goes beyond throwing text on a slide! I enjoy flexibility and creativity in my work.
How I Work It:
In this section, you can read more about my methodology. I follow the ADDIE Model: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. This is an iterative process!
Implementation is not always done by the designer/developer. Sometimes this means handing off the products to a trainer/instructor. However, due to my experience as an instructor I am also capable of performing in this capacity. Other means of implementation include hosting a course in an LMS, emailing a job aid to all relevant employees or customers, or hosting a video in the company’s social media sphere.
During my time as a graduate student in Instructional Design, I learned and practiced a great deal in evaluation of my own work as I designed and developed. I have also learned the importance of feedback from peers. Feedback may come from other instructional designers or from SMEs and this informs the iterative process of instructional design. Additionally, I evaluate my work upon implementation. This may be knowledge checks or performance assessments that the learners complete or a survey or questionnaire administered to participants (and then analyzing this data).
See My Work
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