Instructional Designer

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by jennifergupta / on 9 February, 2024

Adding Google Translate to iSpring

We do a lot of courses using iSpring. Think super quick moving projects that are short on time AND require constant updates. Until these types of project settle in a little bit, we choose to do most of the training in Quick Reference Guides,
by jennifergupta / on 15 January, 2024

Adding Google Translate to Rise

Hi All! I’m back again with another Google Translate feature, but this time in Rise! Following the success of integrating Google Translate into Storyline, I have followed N R Z Malik’s Rise tutorial from https://www.eblog.nrzmalik.com/dynamic-translation-for-articulate-rise-courses/ and incorporated it into the rise courses. Now, his
by jennifergupta / on 14 December, 2023

Adding Google Translate to Storyline

Anyone else follow N R Z Malik? He’s amazing! I love his sharing, caring, and accessibility focused agenda. Also, the man is a JavaScript genius! Ok, with my gushing out of the way, he has been working on incorporating Google Translate into Storyline and
by jennifergupta / on 1 May, 2023

Synthesia is awesome

My new favorite program is Synthesia!!! So, what is it? It’s an app similar to HourOne (which I reviewed back in March) but a bit more advanced in it’s evolution. The app is easy to use, and has a clean interface. You add scenes
by jennifergupta / on 8 April, 2023

Capturing Praise from Microsoft Teams

We wanted to build out an employee recognition program. It had to: a. be easy to use -intuitiveb. Integrate with Microsoft Teamsc. Be trackable (who sent what, to whom, when)d. Easily output metrics for use by management for praise/reward systems. Someone on my team
by jennifergupta / on 11 January, 2023

Stupidity

I have always chaffed at the idea of people being ‘stupid’. In fact, it’s one of the forbidden words in our house. My feeling comes from the vague use of the term. I don’t like it to describe a low IQ, I don’t like
by jennifergupta / on 29 May, 2022

E-Learning Challenge #326 Teaching Math

This week’s challenge is all about teaching math! I chose to have kids practice the 8’s times tables. Play Galaxy Math now! In this micro-learning game, you are helping Octavio beat his friends in a friendly game of mental maths with the 8’s times
by jennifergupta / on 1 April, 2022

Designing for Accessibility: Colorblindness

Too many people are scared of using color in their E-Learning for fear of not being accessible to people who are colorblind. Take red for example. It can be a scary color to use. The color red symbolizes danger, blood, and anger. However, it
by jennifergupta / on 29 March, 2022

Creating a drag and drop game

To play the game, start the e-learning, and select “want to play a game’ from the main menu In this game, learners learn how to assemble 5 popular Baggin’ meals by dragging and dropping the ingredients into a brown paper bag. Game players are