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My Projects

Visual Symphony

Visual Symphony – A guide to Mayer’s multimedia design principles

I designed and developed an e-courseware for my capstone project in consideration of conversations I had with some of you throughout my career in SIM. It was named visual symphony as I was weaving a collection multimedia learning principles with learning. Visual symphony was aimed at helping you create more engaging and effective multimedia resources for your learners.In this course, you will be learning 3 of Mayer’s Multimedia design principles, notably the Multimedia principle, signaling principle, and redundancy principle. Since this e-courseware was designed for lecturers, here’s the link for your learning pleasure. This e-courseware was designed using Articulate Rise, part of the Storyline 360 package by Articulate.

Sam’s Journey to Better Health – A Multimedia E-Learning Package to Manage Hypertension

This is my project for the Masters in Professional Education. The purpose was to create a multimedia learning package to educate people better on hypertension. There were exciting challenges in developing this e-resource, including the step game as shown in the ‘Get Active Challenge’ above.

This was created using Adobe Captivate 9, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
Link for the resource can be found under:

SIM STELLAR – A Micro Learning App on the go.

SIM STELLAR A micro learning app

SIM STELLAR (Scholarly TEaching and Lifelong Learning Activities & Resources) empower lecturers with bite-size micro learning courses, curated/developed from the web, or abstracted from interviews of experts including SIMGE associate lecturers.

The web apps used in SIM STELLAR