Date of Completion: January, 2018 (and continuing)
Client: Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ
Tools Used (Authoring, Visuals): Articulate Storyline, Photoshop
The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center at Seton Hall University has participated in face-to-face Online Graduate Student Orientations for a number of years. Various technology topics are presented along with tips and tricks on how to be successful in the online college classroom. However, not all students can attend. These modules were created for this group and other graduate student orientations not meeting in person.
Main Course Feature:
Scenarios in Module 1 present common challenges online students face. Possible solutions are provided.
Uses standard templates customized to handle disparate content.
Published URL’s: (Only the first module is listed below. The others are available upon request)
- Is Online Learning for You http://tltc.shu.edu/OnlineLearning/IsOnlineLearningForYou
- Getting Your Computer Ready
- Blackboard Basics
- Helpful Technologies
Why This Course Work?
Students can identify with scenarios. Content builds from basic to more complex. Attractive with many interactions.
Determined content, wrote script, developed visual and interactive components to create a consistent experience across modules.
Tons of content