General Electric ~ CD-ROM
training modules for electrical engineers. Instructional design,
research, writing & project management.
Oregon University System~ Graduate- & undergraduate-level
academic courses on Web & CD-ROM. Instructional design,
research, writing & project management. See sample screens
(below) from The Science of Foods, a CD-ROM module used in
several food science courses. A
Web version of this module is also available.
Merck Pharmeceuticals~ Web-based training for
sales staff. Instructional design, research & writing.
Oregon Department of Human Services~ Curriculum, courses, PowerPoint presentations, handouts
and training scripts developed for training 10,000 state employees
at three different levels. Instructional design, research,
writing & development.
Yellowstone National Park ~ Curriculum, manual
& test materials developed for snowmobile safety training
course. See course sample.
Sandia National Laboratories ~ Printed materials
& training scripts on workforce diversity developed for
all Sandia employees. Instructional design, research & writing.
Regis University ~ Graduate-level Web courses
in not-for-profit marketing & public relations. Instructional
design, graphic design, writing, content contribution &
North Carolina State University ~ Templates
for Web courses, instructional design manual for faculty members
& course design/development consultation. Instructional
design, writing, editing & development.
Marylhurst University~ Web course on grantwriting
& instructional design of interdisciplinary online courses.
Instructional design, writing, development & teaching.
Western Oregon University ~ Several courses on a variety of topics using the web, video, PowerPoint and print materials. Instructioanal design, writing, development & teaching.
This presentation describes the process of creating the first multimedia e-learning course at Oregon State University. It features Dr. ZoeAnn Holmes, an early e-learning advocate who helped spearhead the university's e-campus and served as the course subject matter expert. Narrated by Sarah Minier Johnson.