This Section will show regularly updated examples of what I’ve been doing and what I can do. Several of them were created in response to the articulate e-Learning challenges and other personal works done. It is noteworthy to mention that most of the projects showcased here were created in PowerPoint and so is optimized for viewing as a slide show.
This week’s articulate e-learning challenge was to design an interaction to teach any math concept online. With several math concepts from simple additions, to number groupings, use of slide rule, right to complex permutations, it was both fun and engaging for me, to watch all entries pour in!Read More »Let’s Learn to Say the Time
I have just finished a coursera online MOOC on Powerful Tools for Teaching and Learning: Digital Storytelling. I have decided to write a series of blog posts to share my lessons learned, experience and finished story of the course. You may want to read earlier posts before going ahead with this.
Title of Digital Story: Principles of Storyboarding.
Software or Tool?
I began my work in Microsoft PowerPoint and finished it in WeVideo. I added transitions and time delays depending on a close approximate of the narration per slide and frame. I saved the PowerPoint as a movie file (without any audios) and imported the video to WeVideo site after creating a free account. I imported my audio narration and music track and aligned them to the right sections of the video. I exported the final video in WeVideo.Read More »Principles of Storyboarding for e-Learning design: A digital story
A very exciting one for me as David challenges us this week to do anything with the newly declared Pantone’s Color of the year 2015 – Marsala. I must confess I didn’t think I’ll like the color when I saw it at first, though wine is my favorite color but working with it and using variations of it has been great fun for me!Read More »Best Holiday Attitudes in Marsala
This week’s articulate challenge was to design a progress meter to be used in an e-Learning course. As I usually enjoy watching others submit their great work, I closely watched and learnt until while playing a game I got attracted to their progress meter style.Read More »Progress Meter in Travel-land
In the midst of plenty of work, I decided to stop to cater for two previous e-learning challenges – Create your own e-learning character and Gate screens in e-learning courses. That’s killing two birds with one stone, very possible!Read More »e-Learning Character Graphics with Gate Screen
Visual design can be both fun and challenging for me and David Anderson, the e-Learning heroes challenge anchor gave me that opportunity this week to engage in a fun-filled challenge, creating a flat-design graphic image of our work-desk. The contributions this week displayed the creator’s strengths, focus and uniqueness, it’s worth checking out here.Read More »My flat-tistic work environment
This week’s Articulate e-Learning challenge was all about e-Learning storyboard templates before design. It was a great week as I learnt what it means to storyboard a plot before launching the actual authoring tool to design the course.Read More »Disaster Recovery in an Examination: From Storyboard to Course Design
It’s another week of learning and creating after the two-week non-design break at the articulate e-Learning challenge. This week’s challenge was to design a call center interaction. I almost gave up on being a part of this one due to several physical challenges but then I suddenly remembered… Consistency in learning is key, even if small! So I gave it a late try.Read More »Call Center Interactive Training
It was another great week at the e-Learning heroes community with several awesome creative entries in response to this week’s challenge – creating a virtual tour of a fictitious or a real location. I must confess this time that these challenges have actually helped in developing skill in e-Learning tools and several other things.Read More »Explore your new house before you get there!