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Below are instructional videos on how to bake cookies, install a rooftop camper on your vehicle, key features of a software, and a few others equally as random. They vary in length and intended audience, but all share the common goal to provide useful information. Each video’s description has a link to further information about the project.
Instructional - Live Action
I created this video for part of my “Producing Media for eLearning" course at CU Denver. We were presented with the task of creating an informational piece of media. I had recently begun discussions with a new business on ways I could provide customer support on their rooftop tent product now that sales were increasing and questions were mounting around how to properly install one of the tents on their vehicle. Click here to read more about the Roofnest installation project.
Instructional - Live Action & Special Effects
I created this video for part of my "Creative Design in Instructional Materials" course at CU Denver. The task was to creative an instructional video that had a story narrative and showcased your creative abilities, without using computer generated graphics. Since most of my professional work tends to be on more serious subject matter, I decided a video on how to bake fruitcake cookies for the holiday season, narrated by a holiday gnome, would be quite opposite. Click here to read more about the project.
Product Review - Stop Motion
With a little humor and a lot of puns, I put together this product review video for Ethnotek to review one of their camera bags. I do a lot of gear review videos and wanted to do something slightly different so I took a lot of photographs, recorded some different character voices, and created this stop motion video.
Overview - Screen Recording
For the class “Strategies for Online/Blended Learning” at UC Denver, groups were divided and assigned a topic related to the course. Our group was asked to discuss a collaborative video recording and editing tool free for UC Denver students. This video was created to overview all the key ways TechSmith Relay integrates with your other software tools and hardware devices like PCs, Macs, and mobile phones. Click here to learn more about this project.
Below are videos that were designed - some animated, some live action - to promote a business or topic that was being trained. Each video’s description has a link to further information about the project.
Business ambassador program - Animation
Part of my final course project in “Develop Online Courseware” was to ensure my audience would be motivated to want and participate in a self-paced eLearning module. I decided to begin the project with this promotional video highlighting The Dyrt Ranger Program. You can learn more about this project here.
Software - Animation
TechSmith Relay is a free tool to UC Denver students, but not a lot of people are aware it exists for them to use. This video was created to introduce fellow classmates to TechSmith Relay and to get them excited to learn more about the software tool. You can read more about the project here.
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Consumer retail electronics
Training proposal - Animation
At the end of the ILT Instructional Design class at CU Denver, groups had to take their final projects and present them to their peers as a short video. Below is my group’s proposal for developing a photo memory card game to educate on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals as outlined by the United Nations. You can read more about the project here.