As an instructional designer, I pride myself on my versatility and creativity. Here are some examples of instructional content I have created for various clients and educational projects.
Digital Storytelling at Manhattan College (COMM 304) is offered to undergraduates majoring in Communications. The module below was used to instruct students on recording their interviews remotely via zoom during the pandemic.
Through Infographics and Social Media Design, I create imagery to share complex information about New Yorker's rights to free admission to seventeen of our City’s most prominent museums, zoos, botanical gardens, performance arts and science centers and aquarium.
As a project for Bushell Consulting, I created multiple animated orientation videos welcoming new students to the college. This interactive branching experience guides new students on a choose-your-own-adventure style journey, in preparation for their meeting with an admissions counselor.
This quick A to Z Guide to Podcasting explains everything you need to create, record and share your very own podcast. It is designed to familiarize you with the basics of podcasting, and break down all the technical aspects from recording to posting. Learn at your own pace, from home or on-the-go. Watch a promotional video for this course below:
This online crash course will help students develop the essential skills for creating professional images, videos and sound. Through fun hands-on activities, learners will build a digital portfolio showing off their documentary film in an online presentation format. Basically, they will create a story, make it beautiful and share it with the world! The digital badge system guides them through a progressive collection of achievements in a fun and encouraging way. Create, Level Up, Repeat.
This hybrid class (created in Blackboard LMS) will teach 8th grade fundamentals of personal finance. In this group project, I created Module 3 on credit and borrowing, and I designed the course graphics (including the VoiceThread template below).
This MOOC (created in Canvas LMS) will teach workers who sit at a computer for most of their workday how to create and adjust their workspace for optimal health. They will learn how to choose the best options for them and how to incorporate those options into their workday.The following is a personal health assessment I created in H5P along with a podcast that I produced to provide information from a subject matter expert in the field of biomechanics and physical therapy.
This online workshop (created in Google Sites) explores the role and importance of cybersecurity for educational technologists and IT professionals within a higher education environment. "Cybersecurity for Higher Education Professionals" highlights the ethical components related to data security, and asks IT professionals and educational technologists to create an infographic, video tutorial and a proposal for various audiences.The following video is an introduction to this course which I created in VideoScribe.
Whether you are recording a lecture, a selfie video for social media or just want to look fabulous in your video meetings, this essential guide explains how to use your webcam or cell phone camera to capture high quality videos that make you look like a pro!
Throughout my career I have created various tutorials, training videos and software demos for my clients and students. Take a look at some examples below which were created using video/audio production, animation and screen capture technology. Hint: Click the right arrow (next) at the bottom left of the video player to advance to the next video within the playlist.
My podcasts aim to teach and inspire. I produce, write, record, edit and host the following podcasts.
Making Public Health Personal
Each episode focuses on an aspect of health and social justice that affects our daily lives. Learn from CUNY SPH’s expert faculty, researchers, alumni and students on how public health policy, advocacy and practices can benefit our ever-evolving community, and our world. You don’t have to work in healthcare or have a PhD to understand these topics. We break them down for you and give you practical tips to make a difference.
LoudaVision Podcast for Creative People
Are you a creative person struggling to turn your passion into a career? The LoudaVision Podcast aims to break the stereotype of the “starving, struggling artist” by sharing ways to make money without sacrificing happiness. Experts discuss what it takes to succeed in the arts, and methods for bringing your creative vision to life. This podcast has inspired the book "Clarity for your Creative Career", Available Now!