Portfolio

For each of the projects that are displayed here there will be a short description of:

  • Who – the project was for
  • What – technology was used
  • Where – the project can been seen
  • Why – there was a need for the project
  • Other – interesting notes about the project

American Indian/Alaska Native Bias Dialogue

Bias Dialogue – CC0 Public Domain
Bias Dialogue – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – instructors, teaching assistants and learners of all ages
  • What – Articulate Rise
  • Wherethis example is online
  • Why – to help learners understand the complex relationships between Indigenous peoples and United States.
  • Other – this presentation looks great on any device. The high quality images are a great compliment to the existing content and users reported how great the entire presentation looked and how helpful the content was. There are many different examples of interactivity presented here including a scenario activity, accordion displays and tabbed features for displaying content.

Home For Sale

Home For Sale – CC0 Public Domain
Home For Sale – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – small local real estate firm
  • What – Engage 360
  • Wherethis example is online
  • Why -to present interactive details about one of the recent listings available for sale.
  • Other – this interaction was created using Engage 360, which is part of the Articulate suite of products. This interaction looks great on any device. Users of handhelds, tablets, laptops and/or desktop computers will be able to take full advantage of the interactive functionality. Engage 360 offers a wide variety of stock photography that can be used while allowing for original images to be added to the interaction. These interactions can be presented as a stand-alone object, embedded in an existing website or included as part of a larger presentation in a learning management system.

Design & Deliver an Online Course

  • Who – instructors and teaching assistants of online courses
  • What – Articulate Rise
  • Wherethis example is online
  • Why – many faculty are asked to develop and teach a course without the adequate resources (For example – time, support services) needed to acclimate them to online instructional design. This comprehensive resource guide as a tool for educators to make the online course design & delivery process more efficient and effective.
  • Other – this presentation looks great on any device. The high quality images are a great compliment to the existing content and users reported how great the entire presentation looked and how helpful the content was. There are many different examples of interactivity presented here including sorting activities, accordion displays and tabbed features for displaying content.

Canvas

Canvas – CC0 Public Domain
Canvas – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – family
  • What – Adobe Photoshop and iPhone 7 Plus camera
  • Wherethe full-size image is online
  • Why – to capture memories of a special event
  • Other – the final image was placed on a wood-mounted 14 x 14 canvas

Health

My Plate – CC0 Public Domain
My Plate – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – online students and students in traditional classrooms
  • What – Articulate Rise
  • Wherethis example is online
  • Why – to provide an interactive media-rich presentation that would replace an older PowerPoint presentation.
  • Other – this presentation looks great on desktop computers, laptops, tablets and handheld devices. The high quality images are a great compliment to the existing content and users reported how great the entire presentation looked. The *Choose My Plate* section includes a labeled graphic that allows the user to decide what  content to explore [these markers can also hold video content].  A full-width video was also used and displays flawlessly on any device.  The *Managing Stress* section features a check box interaction as well as an interactive tab that allows users to explore additional content. Finally, the quiz showcases several different question types.

Change

Change – CC0 Public Domain
Change – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – Managers that are faced with change
  • What – Articulate Rise
  • Wherethis example is online
  • Why – to provide a quick refresher for those faced with organizational change
  • Other – this project was pulled together quickly using Rise by Articulate. Features include media-rich content, interactivity and the use of markers for a quick review of the content to wrap things up nicely.

Toyota RAV4

Toyota RAV4 – CC0 Public Domain
Toyota RAV4 – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – Ride Share Operator
  • What -Articulate Storyline 360
  • Wherethis example is online
  • Why – to present details about one of the different ride-sharing options available to customers
  • Other – this project is web-based and includes click and reveal presentation of information for potential and returning customers. The final product can be embedded into an existing webpage or used as a stand alone webpage.  Royalty-free music that can be controlled within the interface was also used at the customers request.

Animate Graduate

Animate Graduate – CC0 Public Domain
Animate Graduate – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – advisors for online students
  • What – Camtasia
  • Where – this clip is online
  • Why – to help replace text-heavy communications being emailed to students
  • Other – this clip features full motion and  music. This clip serves as a template that can be used over and over again to present a series of communications for online students.

Bread

Bread – CC0 Public Domain
Bread – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – online students
  • What – Articulate Rise
  • Wherethis project is online
  • Why – to supplement other materials that were part of a larger lesson on Health & Nutrition
  • Other – this project was created to add a media-rich, interactive component to an existing online course. Users reported that they enjoyed the videos and interactive pieces of the project and appreciated how it was used with existing materials. The quizzes included in this project can be linked to the grading feature of an LMS using SCORM. Quiz question types available in Rise include multiple choice,  multiple response, fill-in-the-blank, and drag-and-drop.

Creative Commons Overview

CC License – CC0 Public Domain
CC License – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – undergraduate online students
  • What – Articulate Storyline 360
  • Where – the project is online
  • Why – to provide a quick overview for undergraduate online students
  • Other – this project was created based on a need for students that didn’t have an understanding of Creative Commons. This turned out to be a great resource that could be referenced over and over again as needed. While more detail about the different licenses could have been provided, the users reported that this overview was beneficial and met their needs. This overview was a complimentary piece to a much more detailed presentation on Creative Commons.

Countdown

Green Light – CC0 Public Domain
Green Light – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – lecturer/presenter
  • What – Techsmith Camtasia
  • Where – this clip is online
  • Why – to grab viewers attention at the beginning of a presentation
  • Other – this clip was created to be used on a number of presentations to grab the attention of the audience. This is a small file that can be customized to fit a variety of needs and can be easily updated. Those that have used the clip appreciate the neat and clean look.

Harassment

Stop Sign – CC0 Public Domain
Stop Sign – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – employees and supervisors of a local small business
  • What – Articulate Rise
  • Wherethis project is online
  • Why – to provide employees and supervisors with a starting point for harassment training
  • Other – this project was created to serve as a starting point for harassment training. Designed for small business owners this project includes a media-rich presentation that provides an overview, general guidelines, main categories, scenarios and reporting practices. The high-resolution images that offer high-resolution zooms provide for a neat and clean presentation that allows users to branch out to desired information based on need while allowing them to review the materials over and over. Users specifically reported that they enjoyed the use of flashcards and video within the presentation. Because this presentation was created in Rise it reacts to and displays beautifully in any device [laptop, tablet or hand-held].

Transformational Learning – Rise

Sky – CC0 Public Domain
Sky – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – online students
  • What – Articulate Rise
  • Wherethe project is online
  • Why – to simply introduce the idea of Transformational Learning to online students
  • Other – this project had to be created quickly for an online course in which the original PowerPoint presentation was no longer functioning as expected

Transformational Learning – Storyline 360

Sky – CC0 Public Domain
Sky – CC0 Public Domain
  • Who – online students
  • What – Articulate Storyline 360
  • Wherethe project is online
  • Why – to simply introduce the idea of Transformational Learning to online students
  • Other – this was the same project that had to be created quickly for an online course in which the original PowerPoint presentation was no longer functioning as expected – but in this example the slides were cleaned up and different technology used including the voice-over