Video/Multimedia

Timeclock Job Aid

 

Program: Camtasia 

The client request approximately 20 resource guides to accompany face-to-face and eLearning training. These training videos center on the newly adopted Kronos Workforce Central system. This is the prototype sent to the client to get started. These videos are placed in a repository and readily available to all employees.

 

New Faculty Onboarding & Orientation

Video Creation 

 

Program: Camtasia 

I created this video for use to onboard new faculty and adjunct professors to the university and embedded as part of their orientation online course. Initially, this video was a series of PowerPoint slides, transferred into Camtasia Studio and edited with a multitude of transitions, fades, and features to enhance the institution's message.

 

 

Course Welcome Message

 

Program: Camtasia

 

I was excited to spruce up this faculty member's course introduction video. She wanted to set the tone for a fun and exciting course and requested her introduction video to reflect a casual course, yet with meaningful learning objectives.

 

Agile Methodology Introduction

 

Program: Camtasia

Implemented to accompany a training course for contractors on a proprietary methodology; here is a snippet of the multimedia that I created using Camtasia and an array of images. Moreover, as there was no budget to allow for a vendor to provide actors and editing; I created this as a brief introduction, using simple tools and simple language to describe a process of high complexity. 

 

Call to Action

 

Program: Camtasia

 

I recreated/edited this video from the publicly available and accessible school board meeting. I used Camtasia for editing and aimed to call for the repeal of House Bill 1107 (HB 1107) 4-403b. HB 1107 allows a two-thirds vote of all voting members to override any decisions by the County's CEO. A two-thirds vote equals 9 members. Therefore, the CEO appoints 9 members so any decisions that are made will never get overridden.