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Universal Precautions Annual Refresher

​Purpose:This project was created to enable human services employees to renew their universal precautions training online.
Tools: Articulate Storyline 360, Camtasia 8, Paint, Audacity.
My job: I worked with existing content and SMEs to clarify objectives and add narration, interactivity, and a required quiz. I re-designed the graphics to be in alignment with the company’s colors.
Delivered via Elan Learning Management System to approximately 1000 human service workers.


Elan Learning Management System eLearning
​Purpose
Asynchronous eLearning to train a human services company to use Elan Learning Management System.
Tools: Articulate Storyline 360, Camtasia 8, Paint, Audacity.
My roles: Working with manuals and an SME, I designed and developed eight modules of eLearning with Demo/Show/Try components and a quiz, as well as two knowledge-check games.
Delivered via Elan Learning Management System to approximately 1000 human service workers.


At Eliot Community Human Services, we needed an update to several PowerPoints that had served as diversity training. As a member of the Inclusion and Diversity Committee, I took on converting the old learning materials to a Storyline 360 SCORM.


This is a sample from a human services training in progress at Eliot. I used Captivate 9 to create it, and provided the audio. I also made the animations (using Powtoons.com)


This is another sample of human services training, created with Storyline 360.


Gamification of all kinds is popular, and I responded to the challenge from a colleague at work to make him a game based on a space franchise we all know. This template can be adapted for almost any type of training. It was created with Storyline 360, Audacity, Paint, and YouTube.


eLearning in the eighteenth century?
​​Challenge:  Costumed Historical Junior Interpreters, aged 10-16, required training but many could not attend instructor-led classes while school was in session.  When their summer employment started, they needed to hit the ground running.
Solution: I used an upside-down classroom model.  The children were given a workbook and a CD containing e-learning modules created in Adobe Captivate.  When they successfully completed a quiz, they were ready to teach visitors about being a kid during the birth of America.

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