I love to design and create multimedia content using various mediums for online courses such as 360 technology, videography, aerial photography, and graphic designs to deliver meaningful and engaging content to learners.
Project Name: Assessment Design: Perspectives and Examples Informed by Universal Design for Learning
Date: Completed - June 2021
Description: I contributed and collaborated with my peers and developed a resource booklet to help others think critically on assessment designs informed by Universal Design for Learning. This resource book provides practical tools and examples in how to incorporate UDL in assessments. It is important to look at how we are assessing our learners and how most traditional assessment designs can create barriers that prevent students from accurately demonstrating what they have learned. 
This resource promotes open educational resources (OER) and is licensed under the Creative Commons CC BY 4.0. which is free to share (copy, distribute, and transmit) and adapt as needed. ​​​​​​​


Project Name: Safer Campuses For Everyone 
Date: Completed - September 2021
Description: The Safer Campuses for Everyone training is a 75-minute online, self-paced, non-facilitated training intended for post-secondary schools for students, faculty, and administration. This project is a fun eLearning design and development project using Articulate Rise, a web authoring tool for professional development purposes. 
This training promotes open educational resources (OER) and is licensed under the Creative Commons CC BY 4.0. which is free to share (copy, distribute, and transmit) and adapt as needed. 


Project Name: 360 Learning Scenario - PFA
Date: Completed - November 2021
Description: I designed and developed a 360 learning activity for a course called Psychological First Aid. The course is a 1-day synchronous course with two asynchronous components. The scenario provided learners an opportunity to apply and demonstrate different strategies to support individuals following a critical incident event. 
Project Name: WorkSafeBC’s Road Safety Requirements: A Guide for Employers and Supervisors
Date: Completed - May 2022
Description: This project is a redesign from a previous course version. It is a 60 to 90 minutes self-paced online training for employers in British Columbia whose employees drive for work. Learners will identify and understand the basic road safety measures they should have in place to comply with the BC province and federal government. My role is to analyze, update, and refine existing course content. I also proposed and developed new interactive learning activities for the updated curriculum. I created a storyboard for the new course design. This course is developed and designed on WordPress, LearnDash 3.0.
Project Name: Trauma and Crisis Intervention Associate Certificate - Program Review and Redesign
Date: On-going
Description: This project is a program and curriculum review to redesign the existing courses to online synchronous and asynchronous components. I worked closely with the Program Manager and Coordinator to identify learners' needs and reconceptualize the course moving from face-to-face to online. We took a critical examination of the courses for the purpose of optimizing student learning experiences in this program. I worked closely with SMEs to identify areas to improve course content and added additional applied scenarios in a multimedia format for learners to demonstrate different strategies for supporting individuals following a crisis. 

My role is to analyze, update, and refine existing course content. I also proposed and developed new interactive learning activities for the updated curriculum. This course is developed and designed on Articulate Rise and Blackboard (learning management system). 
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Project Name: Conflict Management for Leaders
Date: Completed - March 2021
Description: This project is a foundation course for over 30,000 employees at BC Public Service Agency to offer leaders in management or leadership positions to learn effective and practical tools in collaborative conflict resolution. Learners through examination of sources of conflict attitudes and beliefs, conflict styles, and the role of assumptions and emotions, will gain an overview of conflict dynamics and collaboration strategies. This highly participative course emphasizes self-awareness and understanding through structured exercises and simulations. 
In-Progress Projects
• BCcampus Mental Health Faculty and Student Course funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training
Advanced Care Paramedics (ACPs) Bridging Program for British Columbia​​​​​​​

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