Projects listed below have been created as a part of the University of Central Florida (UCF) Instructional/Educational Technology graduate certificate course work. Please click on "Read More" to learn more about the projects.
This audio project, on study skills, demonstrates utilizing the appropriate tool and delivering the intended content in teaching and learning scenarios. Recorded and compiled in GarageBand (Music edited for Intro/Outro of podcast: Bust This Bust That by Professor Kliq / CC).Read More
Created a narrated presentation on the topic of time and task management. The project demonostrates the use of Microsoft Powerpoint, narration, usability, and graphic design. Delivering instructional media to fit within the greater multi-media project.Read More
This video project uses storytelling in a quick, one-minute video. It was created to show the story of a college student that learns how to use an online calendar and mobile reminders to be successful in college. Using one-minute videos helps convey a quick, and strategic message to students in an easily comprehendable minute.Read More
The website incorporates various forms of media in the learning environment. In this particular project, college students learn how to be successful by learning about and implementing different study and organizational techniques. Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and other instructional design software packages were used in the development of this project.Read More