A. On Demand eLearning Courses, ePresentations, Video Stories and Books
B. Informational Flyers on Wild Edible Plants
C. "How-to" Informational Packets and Books on Small Farm Infrastructure & Food
A. On Demand
eLearning Courses, ePresentations, Video Stories, Books
Instructional Systems Design: A book, eLearning course or presentation is created using your information. Through one-on-one consultation, I will outline your goals and the scope of the project to understand the type of project and the special features you want. As the project progresses, it flows through formal processes of task analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation (A.D.D. I. E.). I will communicate with you during these steps to get your input and updates as the final version of your project evolves.
Instructional goals: I identify the instructional goal, the steps (how you want the learner to learn), the knowledge skills and abilities required to complete the steps and any entry level skills needed. These are all essential parts needed for quality content.
Editing: I will draft content using a custom process I designed called the "4 Ds". I will define, then describe, then display and then debate (the merits) of the information to make an effective presentation to a learner. This is a logical order to present material to a learner so the can easily grasp what is being taught or shown.
The Articulate Storyline software is used to develop eLearning courses or ePresentations. I use "instructional systems design" methods and practices recognized by professionals to gather information, pictures and video files. You are involved in the design and development process to assure the project meets your expectations and needs. This software allows me to export each "frame" or "slide" as a word document for you to review so you can give me feedback through the development process.
Costs: Fees are determined hourly. For example, the goat course featured below took 10 hours and is $500, and the pest control presentation took 6 hours and is $300 (average of $50 per hour).