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E-Learning Design and Delivery

I have been working with e-learning over ten years. During that time I have participated in every aspect of content management development lifecycle.

Needs Assessment

Needs Assessments

Effective training begins with a needs assessment. From developing survey questions and questionnaires to utilizing online polls and Learning Management System (LMS) data, I have played a key role in this process for several training initiatives.



A good storyboard sets the bar for training and can reduce production time. By establishing clear templates and guides, subject matter experts, instructional designers and developers can communicate more effectively. I have developed storyboard templates with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to help customers create effective training.



E-Learning development typically follows one of several instructional design paths including: ADDIE, the Successive Approximation Model (SAM), or an Agile process. I have worked as an independent developer and in teams both large and small and have helped to identify the best process to suit the job at hand in order to produce the best quality work possible.

Content Delivery

Content Delivery

Content delivery is a key aspect of successful e-learning. I have a wide range of experience, from uploading training videos to YouTube or corporate intranet sites to working with multiple Learning Management Systems (LMS), including Moodle, Blackboard, and Oracle iLearning.