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To view full versions of the artifacts described on this page, please click on the images located below the explanatory text.

Websites

In Summer of 2011, I managed all aspects of the FCST 1010 Online Skillshop curriculum creation project. This not only included recruiting, training, and serving as a resurce for other faculty members, but also consisted of creating the Skillshop template, home page, and several individual skillshops.

As a Librarian at GHC, I use Springshare's excellent Libguides software to create Assignment-based research guides for every class that I teach. We use these guides in place of presention software to give the students a more interactive experience when we come to their classes. I created the example below for Schnee's Spring 2012 ENGL 1101 class. Click on the screenshot below to visit this guide. You can also view a full list of guides tht I've created for GHC library.

In Spring 2011 I began maintaining an Instructional Design tumblr blog called OneCoolTool. On this blog I feature free, easy to use apps and web-based tools for instructors and students alike. In Fall 2011, the GHC Teaching and Learning Center began featuring it on its Instructional Design webpage. Click the screenshot below to visit this blog.

I created this Google Site for my Analysis of Design and Instructional Systems course. Although Google Sites is rather low tech, this free, easy to use tool is great for putting together quick technology-based assignments, presentations, and other types of learning tools. Click the image to visit this site.

Screenshot of my Direct Observation Methods in HPI website.

Graphic Design

I've created many posters, flyers for the library, the book club, and for various events at GHC. The artifacts below represent just a few of my designs from 2008-2012.

              

3-D Objects and Displays

I've created many displays while at GHC Library. Unfortunately, I don't have many pictures but the robot below is definitely my greatest 3-D creation. I made him out of recycled apple computer boxes, tin foil, and construction paper. The inside of his head (visible through his mouth) was lit with Christmas lights and contained banned books with explanatory placards.

Robot I made out of apple boxes.

Page last updated: June 28, 2012