Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Time: 10:50 - 12:00
Emphasizing the Design in Instructional Design
I am an experienced content developer, instructional designer, trainer, and educator with extensive experience in online professional development, educational technology, and project management. I am an expert in course authoring platforms and have developed course templates, system/standardization processes, and award-winning content for large and small companies.
Authored over a dozen e-learning courses in healthcare and education
Designed and co-developed the first Amplify Academy online course
Authored six university accredited online courses in educational technology
Developed and produced over 250 video based training modules
Recognized by Senator Diane Feinstein and LAX Chamber of Commerce as Teacher of the Year
Currently, I'm an Online Instructional Designer for Providence Health and Services. I've designed and developed system-wide online courses using Lectora Inspire for 60,000+ Caregivers/ Core Leaders/ employees across 5 states.
Breakout Session: Emphasizing the Design in Instructional Design
Good design is often easy to recognize, but can be difficult to create when you’re developing eLearning courses. However, this is a skill that can be learned and mastered. In this session, we’ll discuss ten design guidelines and then step by step, transform a poorly designed eLearning page into a well-designed page using Lectora Inspire. A follow up online interactive resource covering these ten design guidelines will be shared.