Instructional Designer

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by jennifergupta / on 1 November, 2021

Is there a future for e-learning in 3d games such as Talespire?

The future is oh so bright when it comes to scenario based and immersive learning. One day, we’ll all don headsets a la “Ready Player One” and immerse ourselves in an amazing world to learn from. Until then, some of us can do that
by jennifergupta / on 1 October, 2021

My small ID Bookshelf

I’ve been asked a few times what ID books are on my bookshelf, so I thought I’d share! I only have 4, but I do enjoy each of them! What books help you? What do you think I am missing?
by jennifergupta / on 15 September, 2021

My favorite ID’s & websites to follow

Like everyone, I have my favorite instructional designers. People whose work has helped me, driven me, and inspired me to learn and grow in the field. Who motivates you? Devlin Peck – I was lucky to have found Devlin’s website right at the beginning
by jennifergupta / on 30 August, 2021

My 1st Rise course

My last class required me to do a course in Rise. My amazing workplace, Lenovo, allowed me to do a collaboration on a work project, so this worked out beautifully! The course is on how we, as ID’s in Lenovo, create a Faux Captioning
by jennifergupta / on 15 August, 2021

Understanding by Design Framework

I’ve recently had the pleasure of working with the Understanding by Design framework designed by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins. They provide a great free template on their website that helps when using this framework. Understanding by Design is a backwards framework, that is,
by jennifergupta / on 1 August, 2021

What software do I use at work?

If your trying to become an Instructional Designer, you may be wondering what software you need to know. Here is a list of the software that I use on a weekly basis in my job as an instructional designer for Lenovo. Articulate 360 :
by jennifergupta / on 4 May, 2021

Zentangle Memory Game

Continuing with my H5P playing, I created this cute little memory game using black and white zentangles. Can you complete it?
by jennifergupta / on 28 January, 2021

E-Learning Challenge #311

Doing the E-Learning Challenges from Articulate 360’s blog is a great way to build my skills with their products. For this week’s challenge, we were supposed to create sliders and/or dials that allow learners to select their avatars. My submission has 3 slides. In