Instructional Design

Aside from organizational and program-level curriculum development, I have extensive experience in instructional design at the course level owning the entire instructional design process from writing course descriptions and learning objectives, to writing scripts, curating content, designing online course assets or in-person session materials. I have also gained project management and communication experience working with both internal and external SMEs and various groups of stakeholders to ensure all learning experiences are made using relevant, data-driven decisions to create the most impact.

While a lot of the instructional design work bleeds into the eLearning category, you can view some additional examples of my instructional design work below.

Facilitator Guides and Participant Manuals

For in-person programs, I have designed and developed all materials including Facilitator Guides, slide decks and participant manuals to ensure a successful engaging session. Due to proprietary ownership of content, limited information can be shared. A sample Facilitator Guide created during my graduate program is available to view below.

Stages Involved: Curriculum Planning, Content Curation and Writing, Cover Design
Software Utilized: Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator & InDesign

Promotional Videos

To help promote our educational events and offerings, I have created videos to explain the benefits whether it was walking through the Learning Management System or outlining an event schedule.

Stages Involved: Script Writing, Video Design and Development, Audio Recording (MyLearning), Closed Captioning
Software Utilized: Snagit and Camtasia (MyLearning), PowerPoint (PBLI2017)