Below is a recap and link to recording of the Instructional Design Show & Tell held March 2, 2012.
Instructional Design Show & Tell
March 2, 2012
Description: View some of the current projects being worked on by the Libraries Instruction Design Team - Paul Zenke, Andrew Palahniuk, and intern Ian O'Neill. From an infographic on poster design to a Research introduction to a virtual world game prototype based on the history of the Bohemian Flats, this informal show-and-tell will have time for questions and will inspire you to consider new ideas for elearning and sharing your content and expertise with users.
- All projects are a combination of with learning objectives, instructional activities and assessments.
1. Poster Design Poster/Simulation
2. Face-to-Face Workshop (What the World Knows About You: Online Identity and Privacy with Social Media)
- Worked on needs assessment and learner assessment
- Used pre-survey
- Authentic activity was to look up partner in the workshop to see how much information you can find
- Practiced for staff and changed tailored it more to students based on feedback
3. Medium as Message
- Updated technology and add new features
- Originally created in Pachyderm/flash, but need to change delivery as Pachyderm no longer supported. Original tool limited text and was hard for users to get additional content. Created in HTML5 (not in Flash so it could be viewed on mobile device)
- Also hope to add quizzes and additional interactivity in the future
- Beta: http://vader.lib.umn.edu/ampala/ASCMaM/ASCMaM.html
4. Demo iphone game based on the Bohemian Flats
- Created using ARIS during design jam
- Choose your own adventure/quest
- Augmented reality--so if you have your mobile device and are standing on Washington Ave Bridge you will see an overlay of historic photos.
To work with Paul and the Instructional Design team, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org