eLearning is an effective way to deliver your instructional materials to a group while reducing the traditional costs of instruction.
Courseware can be custom tailored for your audience and innovative methods can be used to deliver your materials through animations, games, wizards, videos, or web pages. An integrated or post-training quiz can give an immediate assessment of your user's understanding and help immediately identify their shortcomings. Follow up tests can be an effective method of measuring retention.
This interactive course on SQL Fundamentals was developed to run alongside a marketing campaign for Oracle 9i, on the Oracle Learning Network. I did not work on the intro/outro animations, but created the splash page, and interactivity/content between the intro and outro animations (SQL Lessons, popups, and media player controls).
This training simulation was development for Pfizer. A mixture of traditional 2D and 3D instructional design, this simulation offered a "high tech" approach to online employee training, covering OSHA Occupational Safety Hazards.
This wizard was created for Pfizer to guide users through their Learning Management Software, Aspen.
Clicking the subjects displayed on the chalkboard triggered the display of videos or interactive content on the right side.
The wizard was created using Macromedia Shockwave (now Adobe Shockwave) and the videos were created using animated screenshots of the CMS software.
This setup wizard was created to ease the installation of key components for Autodesk Virtual Classroom Training Events. It was created using Adobe Flash and detected which of the necessary components for an event were installed, and prompted the user to install additional components as required for the event.
This interactive training material was created for GM. At the time, GM was flying their trainers to various facilities across the US. Working with their staff, we video taped their presentations and used Adobe Flash to turn it into an interactive course available via online streaming or through a standalone executable.
Client: Vis-a-Vis, Inc
Hardware schematics can be difficult to read and tough to visualize. 3D interactive models are much more engaging and provide the next best thing to having the physical hardware in front of your audience.
I created this 3D interactive server for a client in 2000. The model was highly complex for interactive browser based 3D at the time, detailing ports on both the front and back of the server, with a removable fan tray assembly and removable cards.
Client: Vis-a-Vis, Inc
This interactive presentation on Material Safety Data Sheets was developed to run inside the Pfizer Employee OSHA Certification Software and showed viewers where to find various information within the MSDS.
The module as well as the parent OSHA certification software was created in Macromedia (Adobe) Shockwave.