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Date of Completion:  Fall, 2016  (up for revision Fall of 2018)

Client:  Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ

Tools Used (Authoring, Visuals):  Articulate Storyline, Photoshop, Adobe Premire

Project Background:
The College of Nursing, at Seton Hall University, wanted to create a set of modules to be used at the undergraduate and graduate level on Academic Integrity.  At completion of each module, student are expected to print a certificate to demonstrate they have viewed the material and are now aware of expected behavior and practices.  Two modules make up the series.  These modules were created in Articulate Storyline and are hosted in Blackboard, the university’s course management system.  These modules include:

Main Course Feature (Why Does It Matter):
Scenario Based – After expectations regarding behavior are presented, a set of real-life scenarios is provided.  Students are asked to indicate what they would do if faced with the same situation.  Based on their decision choice, feedback is provided.

Short videos are provided between two faculty members as they talk about the issues covered (honesty, integrity).

Why This Course Work?
Scenarios are based on actual situations SHU Nursing students have faced in the past.  The conversations between the two faculty members explain why the behavior is important and expected.

My Role:
Worked with faculty members (content experts) to identify content, “massaged” material, determined movie content and outline for scripts, developed visual and interactive components.

Challenges:
Content was dry and difficult to present in an interesting way.
Faculty wanted students to provide documentation of completion.
Accessibility – (to be addressed in 2018 revision)