|Mixing thought and practice
on performance, learning,
technology, and collaborative
This page links to a few favorite pieces of my work - interactive elements, writing samples, instructional design, instructional innovations, and more.
Also - please peruse recommendations for my work.
|Articulate Storyline Samples - I'm learning more and more ways to make Articulate Storyline create the looks, feels, and interactive elements I need. I'll grow this sampling as I learn and build more.|
|Physician Documentation Videos - "...if you don't document it, it didn't happen, and we don't get paid for it..." so I sat physician leaders down in front of the camera to share (in bite-sized form) their knowledge and experience with the rest of our doctors.|
|First Aid Interactive - one of my favorite simulations, as it guides and instructs as the learner chooses correct and incorrect actions.|
|Explosives Safety Interactive - in essence, it's a multi-choice quiz, but with some physicality in it to emphasize the importance of distance.|
|Halliburton Pipe-stop Interactive - saving lives on the oilfield! This course was built in record time in order to put an end to a string of accidents on a particularly dangerous piece of equipment.|
|Motorola Sales Training Demo - a demo developed to support sales in a proposal to win a contract to develop training for Motorola sales personnel.|
|SWFIA Airport Security Demo - a demo developed to support sales in a proposal to win a contract with a regional airport, this rapidly developed game tests learners' retention of the meanings of color-coded badges in Secure Identification Areas for airport security.|
|GCPLearning Blog - my thoughts on instructional design, social networking, training, etc; used as a marketing tool for Global Collaboration Partners.|
|"3G" Course Design Manifesto - a description and justification I wrote for a major turning point in course design at my previous employer, TrainingOnline.|
|NETEACH MOO Sessions - before Second Life, before Yahoo Groups and even before AOL Instant Messenger, there were MOO and listserv groups for synchronous and asynchronous online communication and community. NETEACH and I were there, from 1996-2001.|
|OHS Magazine Article - "Keeping Engagement High and Bandwidth Low" appeared in Occupational Safety & Health Magazine in January, 2003.|