Category Archives: Instructional Design

Some More Samples

Yet a couple more samples created while tinkering with Adobe products at the Foothill College Krause Center for Innovation classes. I used Illustrator on these to get an idea of its capabilities. Really looking forward to Flash classes the next … Continue reading

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More Photoshop Fun

Here’s a couple more fun photos from another Photoshop class yesterday. Looking forward to Illustrator and Flash classes in March.

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Ideas for Informational Malamute Website

I am beginning to work on an informational website for my Web Development class. The topic is going to be malamutes. I’m attaching here a PDF of the outline that I’ve previously developed on the content that will be included … Continue reading

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Instructional Design Training and Learning New Products

This blog has been pretty quiet due to the fact that suddenly — abracadabra — all the training that I desired materialized (along with the corresponding paperwork.) Yippee!! Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and Flash through Foothill College Krause Center for … Continue reading

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Goal Setting, the New Year, and Multiple Capabilities

Juggling the patchwork of lifework (must I say careers?) that I am developing that lies at the intersection of program development, project management, marketing, communications, social media, instructional design, education, and educational therapy (not to mention my interests in policy … Continue reading

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