Instructional Designer

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by jennifergupta / on 21 December, 2021


We use a lot of computer generated voices for our courses at work through Storyline. They are quick and efficient. The quality isn’t too bad, and as we make changes to the courses weekly, they are easy to update. We don’t have to get
by jennifergupta / on 29 November, 2021

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

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
by jennifergupta / on 29 November, 2021

I’m obsessed with MetaHuman Creator

I am truly obsessed with the MetaHuman Creator, and spend way too many hours creating digital people to play with! Their facial rigging is astounding – in the short clip below – I created a version of the Pia character (MyPia) and video’d the
by jennifergupta / on 29 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 October, 2021

Educational AI?

As nice as the software is to animate people and scenes, there is still a lot of extra coding that has to go on behind the scenes. I cannot have an unscripted conversation with my digital person. I cannot see them move or interact
by jennifergupta / on 29 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 of
by jennifergupta / on 1 September, 2021

A Teenagers Guide to Being Helpful and Productive

A Teenagers Guide to being helpful and productive Vol 1. The Kitchen View the Demo This course, the first of many, is designed to help teenagers (12-23 years old roughly) to be a more productive member of their households. This series is being created
by jennifergupta / on 29 August, 2021

Baggin Meals

My community, like many others, is facing a food shortage during this pandemic.  Many families simply do not have enough to eat.  People are turning to food pantries in droves, and many of the pantries near me have run out of food and do
by jennifergupta / on 15 August, 2021

Willpower is Overrated

Built in Storyline 360, this mini course on willpower showcases flip card animations and tabbed pages. Click here to take the course for yourself!   The learner’s name is collected on the title slide, and then re-used on the next slide. Why was this built? 
by jennifergupta / on 1 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