"Online learning is not the next big thing, it is the now big thing.” - Donna J. Abernathy
The fundamental LMS platform I have the most experience working with is Moodle. I also make use of Articulate Storyline, Articulate 360 and Adobe Captivate Prime.
I have experience in full online systems from Storyboarding client’s needs to Moodle setup and course content development, tracking and grading systems.
For more information on Moodle, please visit moodle.com
Instructional Design Models
Here are the main instructional design models I use when approaching content, adapted from Dashe & Thomson.
My Instructional Design Portfolio
The video below showcases a few projects I have worked on. Due to client confidentiality, unfortunately I cannot show the full courses.
I have however put together a full free course of my own. I have set up the backend and hosting for this, the look and feel, all course content and design elements. Please contact me for login details!
The works featured in the below examples are all hosted on Moodle.
I have made use of a number of interactive activities and assessment types. Including, but not limited to: SCORM files, Articulate Storyline, Gamification, Powtoon, Doodly, Interactive Slide shows, Interactive videos, H5P, GIF animations, Instructional Videos, Branching Scenarios Assessment Questions, Certificate and Badge qualifications.
The embedded SCORM file below features some very basic examples of activities, interactions and assessment questions you can expect from a Storyline file.
SCORM helps your Learning Management System and learning content to work together.
Making use of SCORM packages really opens up a limitless approach to eLearning.
Making use of SCORM is so important because successful eLearning delivery relies on the ability of your Learning Management System to read, run, and report on course content. SCORM packages all of these features in one place with seamless delivery.