I designed this banner using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Indesign for a Library and Information Science course titled” Graphic Novels and Libraries.” Since the course was a graphic oriented course it allowed me to be very creative when designing this banner and other media for the course.
I designed this banner using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Indesign for a Library and Information Science course titled “Archival Representation.” To relate the banner to the course theme I found images of archival documents and put them in collage format.
I created this using bannerAdobe Photoshop and Adobe Indesign for an independent study course out of the Division of Library and Information Science. I tried to keep it simple and use images that relate to the project that the student will be completing.
I created this banner usingAdobe Photoshop and Adobe Indesign for an online program in Literacy. The program director wanted all of the courses to have the same banner. This banner was created so it can be modified with the specific name and number for each course in the program.
I interviewed attendees of an event that was held at St. John’s University and asked them to describe the event in one work. I made a completion of their answers. Click on the link One Word to Describe the Teaching Narratives Symposium to view the video.
This welcome video was created for an online course. I filmed the instructor in a green screen studio and added the background later using Adobe Premiere. Click on the link Welcome to Metaphysics to watch the video.
This video was filmed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. It was created for an online museum studies class. The instructor wanted all students regardless of geographic location to experience some of the same museums. The instructor and I took a trip with students who were able to travel to the museum. We recorded students’ impressions of the museum and made the video available to distance students. Click on the link Student Impressions of The American Museum of Natural History to watch the video.
I visited the Brooklyn Museum to film a video for an online museum studies class. I went to the museum with the course instructor and a few students who live locally. The purpose of this trip was to find out how the Brooklyn Museum uses social media to connect with their patrons and create a video about the topic for online students to watch. Since we filmed when the museum was open, there was a lot of background noise. My biggest challenge with this project was trying to reduce the background noise as much as possible using Adobe Audition. Click on the link Social Media Use with Brooklyn Museum’s Ask App to watch the video.
This is a screencast I created to showcase a self-paced course that I designed with Articulate Storyline and uploaded to Blackboard as a SCORM package. The purpose of this course was to teach students about cheating and plagiarism. Through out the course students interact with text, animations, and videos, They complete formative assessments and one summative assessment. Click on the link Self-Paced Learning Module Example to view the screencast.