Publications & Presentations

Publications

>> Article – Let’s Go to the Video – Training Magazine (2008)

>> Article – Using Adobe Captivate Exchange – Adobe Development Center (2007)

>> Article – Adding Animations to Captivate Projects – Adobe Development Center Article (2007)

>> Template – Captivate Storyboard Template - Adobe Exchange (2007) //in the top ten downloads

>> Book (credited Multimedia Specialist) - Principles of Deformity Correction (Paley, 2002) – “Best Illustrated Medical Book 2003” the Association of Medical Illustrators

Presentations

>> Delivering Low Cost Mobile Learning Solutions November 11th, 2009 – eLearning Guild DevLearn09

Description:
In this session, participants will learn what organizations can do in the meantime to deliver practical information to a scattered employee base, and begin to measure value and build a business case for mobile learning. With an obvious business need to deliver timely learning content and performance support, you will discover how you can rapidly develop and deploy a low-cost way of delivering supplemental mobile learning to employees’ mobile devices.

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>> Rapid Video and User Generated Video June 4th, 2009 – eLearning Guild Online Session

Description:
Session participants will learn the significance of user generated video content, examples of how to leverage for training and tools and services to bring back to your organization.

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>> Using Rapid Video: Gettin’ Hi-Fi with Low-fi! November 2008 – eLearning Guild DevLearn, San Jose

Description:
Session participants will learn how to apply “low hanging fruit” film theory to your video content, as well as how to incorporate easy-to-use tools into your workflow, both for developing and hosting. You will also learn about using simple and cheap production techniques, such as stop/start animation, props, and other special effects to bring your content to life. – slide deck

>> Using Effective Design for Media: Make or Break Your Content April 2008 – eLearning Guild Annual Gathering (Orlando)

Description:
“Make or break” design principles are being lost as the lines between designer, developer, subject matter expert, and user continue to blur, and content development tools become more and more accessible. Now that technology has empowered content developers with easy to use, media-rich, tools, it is important to understand what makes good media, and how to achieve it.

>> How to Utilize Informal Learning Technologies April 2007 – eLearning Guild Annual Gathering (Boston)

Description:
Now that technology has empowered content developers with easy to use media-rich tools, how best to utilize emerging informal learning technologies such as vlogs, blogs and screencasting to engage, stimulate, and motivate any time, any place learning is on the cutting edge of learning.

>> Using Effective Design Principles to Support Your e-Learning Content August 2007 – eLearning Guild Online Session

Description:
“Make or break” design principles are being lost as the lines between designer, developer, subject matter expert, and user continue to blur, and content development tools become more and more accessible.

Podcasts

Ed Tech Crew Interview Feb. 2008

Description:
Darrel from the Ed Tech Crew asked me to join a podcast discussion on the Seattle Adobe Captivate User Group, Ning, Seattle Lunch 2.0 and all things eLearning.

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