Instructional Design is a pedagogical approach to creating affective training and educational materials through the design of interactive eLearning courses. As an instructional designer it is my job to take a project from analysis through the developmental and implementation process;
As a higher education professional I have worked in both the academic and administrative arenas of the University system. My academic and design background is of greatest advantage when used to create curriculum and online classroom environments, while a long history
Anthropology is an academic discipline that derives its meaning from the study of people and cultures. My anthropological background allows me to approach every project and individual I encounter with cultural relativity and a global perspective. Studying people lends itself
Example of eLearning Course (Academic): College Campus Orientation Designed for Park University This course designed using Articulate Storyline 2. Voice over and video featuring myself. Example of eLearning Simple Interaction Quiz: Office Setting Infographic designed for The Struggling Archaeologist BlogRead more
"Jenny is a master story teller that blends common occurrences with her experiences and expertise in science-based history. Her narrative is natural and beautiful. I only wish there were more of her podcast to enjoy."
Jenny is candid, sweet, funny, and I have learned something on each show. I'm not in the Archaeology field, but I have a fan girl's love of Egyptology. However, Jenny is showing me that the world of Archaeology extends farther and wider than I ever realized. Thanks, and keep 'em coming!