Instructional Design/Technology Projects
Below is a collection of projects that I've completed during my time as a Master level student in Bloomsburg University's Instructional Technology department. The projects include working with programs such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Canva, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Captivate, and Articulate Storyline.
Dungeons and Dragons 101
A course made through D2L learning management system by Zierra Treshock.
This asynchronous course gives an overview on how to play Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition. I've added this piece to my portfolio to display how I have created an instructional piece that is fun, interactive, and educational and includes a topic that's different than what is usually used when creating online courses. I've added this to my portfolio to show my understanding of designing for asynchronous courses.
All Dungeons and Dragons content is ™ & © 1995-2020 Wizards of the Coast LLC, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This course was made by Zierra Treshock for educational purposes only and is only being displayed on this personal portfolio as a representation of her skills to create an asynchronous online course.
Creating a Character Lesson
Sticking to the Dungeons and Dragons theme, I made a how-to course on creating a character for this tabletop role playing game using Articulate Storyline. I've added this piece to my portfolio to display my understanding of using Articulate Storyline to create an interactive learning experience. To view this course, click on the picture below.
5G Technologies PowerPoint Presentation
This PPT was used to teach a synchronous class about 5G Technologies. This topic was assigned to me by the professor. I've included this piece to display my understanding of designing for synchronous presentations.
These logos were created as design projects over the last 2 years. I wanted to display my first ones side by side with the current logos to show how my design skills have improved. Some are hand drawn and digitized, others are made through Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Canva.