Instructional & Performance Solutions Designer

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These are media elements from my portfolio

PurposeTo promote the use of Camtasia Relay among faculty and staff at The University of South Alabama.
Intended AudienceFaculty/staff interested in tools to support their teaching practice.
Budget RangeIntermediate-High.
Project RoleProject Manager, Design, Storyboarding, Videography, Editing, Pre and Post Production.
ToolsFinal Cut Pro, Adobe Illustrator, Audacity
Created2012

Origins

The Innovation in Learning Center at the University of South Alabama sought to encourage faculty to use Camtasia Relay for augmenting lectures and providing feedback for students. This video is intended to promote the use of the tool across campus.

Design Overview

This video features instructors at the University of South Alabama discussing the use of Camtasia Relay as an instructional tool. In this informational marketing video, I had the primary role in storyboarding, filming, interviewing, editing, and producing. I also created the graphics for the video.

I designed a storyboard and carried it through a formative evaluation stage with the client. I then began the script, capturing shots, etc, and eventually edited the project on Final Cut Pro v5 for the MacIntosh.

Summary

The project was successful in building awareness of Camtasia Relay across campus, and improved interest and use of the tool.

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PurposeTo improve the hybrid instruction training, development, and review processes at The University of Tampa and to improve hybrid teaching practice.
Intended AudienceFaculty interested in teaching in hybrid formats.
Budget RangeIntermediate-High.
Project RoleProject Manager, Instructional Design & Development, Training, Facilitation, Support
ToolsBlackboard LMS, MS Office, MS Visio, Adobe Illustrator, other.
Created2017

Origins

The e-Leader Video Series highlighted professors at the University of South Alabama who were using innovative practices in online teaching and learning. The goal was to promote effective uses ot technology and innovative teaching practices at the institution.

Design Overview

For this video, I was the camera operator, and helped with storyboarding, editing, interviewing, and equipment management. I also helped with editing the video and promoting it.

Summary

The eLeader series of videos continued for several years, and this video is a solid example of the series. I was involved in several other eLeader videos during this time.

Overall, the project went well, and it highlighted effective teaching practice at the institution.

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This video project was focused on creating a lighthearted way to convey essential information to the students on passing the CIS 150/250 classes at the University of South Alabama. I had a big hand in developing the ideas, storyboarding, shot design and setup, script, shooting, and production of this video. It was a bit different than the other videos we did, and it was definitely the most fun!  It was clear that this video was different by the creativity and talent everyone showed in this project! This project was completed as part of my time with the Innovation in Learning Center.

The e-Leader Video Series highlighted professors at the University of South Alabama who were using innovative practices in online teaching and learning. For this video, I did the camera work, shot capturing, audio, and lighting, and also helped with the storyboarding and interviewing. I also helped source Dr. Aucoin for the Camtasia promotional videos. This video production is a product of my time at the Innovation in Learning Center.

The e-Leader Video Series highlighted professors at the University of South Alabama who were using innovative practices in online teaching and learning. For this video, I was the camera operator, helped conduct the interview, and managed shot setup and equipment management. This video production is a product of my time at the Innovation in Learning Center.

I created a video promoting the Educational Technology Website at The University of Tampa using Camtasia Studio 8. I added closed captioning and a few callouts.

I created a video overview on learning objectives for the faculty instructors in the New Teaching Institute at The University of Tampa in 2016 using Camtasia Studio 8.

Orientation Videos for University Students

I designed, storyboarded, and produced three instructional videos for orientation at the University of Mobile. The process involved setting goals, conducting a needs assessment, writing objectives, designing and developing the videos using a rapid prototyping model, and delivering the final product with successive formative evaluations done at each stage. Video quality was lowered in order to facilitate streaming via the LMS. The client loved the videos and the instruction was effective for helping students access relevant parts of the system.

Locating, logging in, and navigating your course.

Forum participation.

Accessing gradebook and submitting assignments.

Faculty Video Highlight Series

I recorded a series of videos highlighting faculty members at the University of South Alabama’s College of Education. These videos, formerly housed at usacoe.net, were intended to highlight the faculty of the University of South Alabama College of Education in an informal manner, making them more accessible to students both online and on campus.

I was heavily involved with video, staging, setup, interview, and design feedback throughout the entire process.

Screenshot of a website highlighting faculty
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