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Dialogue Simulation with Voice-over

 

Program: iSpring 9

 

This dialogue was created as part of a new student orientation course. I used a character from the iSpring library and presented scenarios that reflected many questions and feedback received from new students. This is the revised version that includes voice-over to further enhanced this simulation.

 

 

 

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Herbal Safety Interaction

 

Program: Articulate Storyline 360

 

I created this interaction for a doctoral herbal online course. The instructor provided students with a research study to review and requested to assess their understanding of the content by engaging with it in a meaningful way. Interactivity and interaction are distinctly different. Recent research (Schulze, 2009; Curtis, 2012; Ni, 2013) indicated that students performed equally well when applying knowledge in written papers. However, traditional testing situations placed those students at a disadvantage, when compared to online counterparts. With that in mind, a module that allowed a two-way exchange, synchronous communication, and included a robust rubric.

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New Faculty Onboarding

 

Program: Articulate Storyline

 

The Faculty Engagement Department requested a sample of an interactive learning object to incorporate into their existing new faculty onboarding online course. Here is a display of the just-in-time mock-up developed to provide them with a storyboard approach when guiding new faculty through the University's new hire process.

Herbal Adventures II

 

Program: Adobe Captivate 9

 

Steinke et al. (2016) qualitatively examined online learning and storytelling. The authors found that learners experienced higher-order thinking by use of this pedagogy. Hence, part I and part II are a small portion of the series which spanned several modules and across courses.

 

Herbal Adventures I

 

Program: Adobe Captivate 9

 

This interactive activity was a repair job. The faculty member of this doctoral herbal course initially had a larger vendor building the object when the institution’s contract expired. The vendor then sent all accompanying files to the institution where they tasked an in-house IT developer to complete the activity. Steinke et al. (2016) qualitatively examined online learning and storytelling. The authors found that learners experienced higher-order thinking by use of this pedagogy. Hence, part I and part II are a small portion of the series which spanned several modules and across courses.

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Dialogue Simulation

 

Program: iSpring 8

 

This dialogue was created as part of a new student orientation course. I used a character from the iSpring library and presented scenarios that reflected many questions and feedback received from new students. A voice-over was later created to further enhanced this simulation.

 

 

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