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by jennifergupta / on 26 March, 2021

Giving and Receiving Constructive Feedback

I was given the honor of receiving a Graduate Assistance Internship with the American College of Education where I’m taking my Masters degree courses. I worked with some amazing people who helped foster my Instructional Design capabilities and provided me with valuable feedback. Over
by jennifergupta / on 13 February, 2021

EZModel Lighting

  EZmodel Lighting is a company in Raleigh NC that creates hobby lighting for model train sets, doll houses and other model applications.  They needed a website to showcase their software and hardware solutions.  The website needed to include a Quick Start guide on
by jennifergupta / on 13 February, 2021

Halcyon International School

  The problem:  Halcyon International School wanted a way to communicate with its students, to send messages to groups of students, clubs, individual students, or grade years.  They wanted a solution that incorporated their zero waste/ no paper policy, and utilized each student’s 1-1
by jennifergupta / on 28 January, 2021

Baggin’ Meals

Now an eLearning!  Check it out  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
by jennifergupta / on 26 January, 2021


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 26 January, 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