As an instructional designer, I pride myself on my versatility and creativity. Here are some examples of educational content and curriculum I have created for various clients and eLearning projects.

Laura Meoli-Ferrigon
Student Showcase: Fall 2020 Digital Storytelling at Manhattan College

Student Showcase: Fall 2020 Digital Storytelling at Manhattan College

View these samples of my students' work from Fall 2020.

COMM 304: Digital Storytelling at Manhattan College asked students to create four types of digital media to be featured on their personal portfolio websites. Offered in a completely online format due to the covid-19 pandemic, this was the first time I facilitated this course. ​ 

During our weekly synchronous meetings, we had special guests present their expertise and career insights. These guests included: ESPN Editor Kendra Allman, News 12 Long Island Reporter Kevin Vesey, Composer Neil Mellstrom, Podcaster & Audio Engineer T. Sterling Watson, Advertising Copyrighter Alvin Poyser, Steve Conca of XYZ web productions and Voiceover Artist Tony Daniels. I am excited to share amazing work from my students this semester. To find out more about this course, visit  





Video Tutorials
Throughout my career I have created various tutorials, training videos and software demos for my clients and students. Take a look at some examples in this YouTube playlist which were designed using video/audio production, animation and screen capture technology. 

Podcast Production

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!
Student Showcase
I am so incredibly proud of my students. Please take a look at some of the work they created with my guidance.