This is a compilation of my instructional design projects produced while taking classes toward the Online Instructional Development Certification at Florida State University and during doctoral degree coursework at Indiana University Bloomington.
The purpose of this project is to demonstrate the practice of redesign, using paper and pencil and applying special contiguity effect. The spatial contiguity effect states that better transfer occurs when printed words are placed near corresponding parts of graphics (Mayer & Moreno, 2003). Learn more...
SAMPLE 2: INFOGRAPHIC
This infographic shows instructors information and tips on how to reduce students' cognitive overload. The infographic not only contains information about segmentation effect and signaling effect, but it also presents the problem and solution in a student-centered manner. Learn more...
SAMPLE 3: PODCAST
This podcast is to be a separate instructional piece that supplements the infographic. However, this podcast is not supposed to be played in conjunction with the infographic in order to avoid cognitive overload.
SAMPLE 4: INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO
This video was created to show instructors and instructional designers how to apply the principles of the modality efect and the redundancy effect.
SAMPLE 5: LEARNING MODULE
This instructional unit describes an example of how an ID and LDX professional can follow a unique learning design process that encompasses traits of multiple different models depending on the scope of the project.
SAMPLE 6: NEEDS ASSESSMENT
The purpose of this project is to conduct a needs analysis of the new staff onboarding process at the Virtual Campus (VC) to present recommendations for improvement.
SAMPLE 7: CASE STUDY
This was a collaborative writing project with other higher education colleagues. The case study, COVID-19 - An Opportunity for Transformation and Global Growth, is Chapter 1 in the forthcoming book: Education Reform in the Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
SAMPLE 8: MY DISSERTATION
MOBILE LEARNING AT A STATE COLLEGE VIRTUAL CAMPUS
THE MOBILE LEARNER AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF COURSE DESIGN IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC
was a collaborative writing project with other higher education colleagues.