Category: Design Thinking

Evaluating a Mobile App

Have you ever used Rosetta Stone to learn another language? I have not. That’s why I chose to experiment with the mobile app, Learn Languages with Rosetta Stone, for my Producing Media for Learning graduate course at the University of Colorado Denver. Oh, and I’m traveling to Guatemala this winter so why not use it as an opportunity to brush… Read more →

Will Work for Brains! Engagement Strategies for Synchronous Online Learning

As part of my coursework in my ILT Master’s program at the University of Colorado Denver and professor Len Scrogran’s class “Facilitating Online and Blended Learning” I worked in a team of four to create a multimedia deliverable to explain neuroscience-based strategies in online synchronous learning environments. We had a little over a month to get creative and collaborative to… Read more →

CARP: Design Principles for Presentations

The 2016 semester at CU Denver is officially kicking into full gear and this spring, it’s all about synchronous (and asynchronous) learning. I’m taking two courses with emphasis on both, which wasn’t planned but totally fitting! For Professor Joni Dunlap’s Webinars and Synchronous Learning course, I’ve been learning all about presentation design principles and best practices in preparation for my… Read more →

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