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Instructional Design

Tool tips and job aids

End user manual
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Objective:
This manual demonstrates how graphics, tables, menu paths, and text can be used to simplify and organize complex information into a job aid that is easy for the learner to understand.
Demonstrated proficiencies:
  • Instructional design principles (VARK, ADDIE)
  • Graphics and visual aids for visual learners
  • Test for reading/writing learners
Tools used:
  • Microsoft Word
  • Snagit
New features job aid
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Objective:
This job aid for a software plug-in release provides an example of how comprehensive, task-based instructions can help internal technical account managers and client/software end users to use new features and enhancements with minimal onboarding time.
Demonstrated proficiencies:
  • Instructional design principles (VARK, Kirkpatrick)
  • Graphics and visual aids
  • Kinesthetic learning using task-oriented instruction
Tools used:
  • Microsoft Word
  • Snagit
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Native software test VM

Syllabi and course outlines

COM 4425 Syllabus
Objective:
This document includes a syllabus and outline for a 16 week-long eLearning class I built and facilitated at Kennesaw State University. The syllabus illustrates how bulky information about a course can be split into easy-to-find categories.
A link to the syllabus was posted on the splash page at the start of the semester and was used as a point of reference for students over the duration of the course, and the week-by-week breakout at the end of the document was used to guide the course topics and flow.
Demonstrated proficiencies:
  • Instructional design principles (Bloom's Taxonomy, Kirkpatrick)
  • Course preparation
  • Communication
  • Information flow
  • Adherance to Quality Matters (QM) standards
Tools used:
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Paint
  • Desire2Learn LMS
  • Quality Matters Standards