Karen Spiers, Anh Iam, Connor McKinnon
Seneca College, Centre for Flexible Learing
Karen Spiers, BA, MA Ed. is the Manager of the Centre for Flexible Learning at Seneca College. Karen oversees the development of all online courses ensuring high quality, interactive and engaging courses at the certificate, diploma and degree levels.
Anh Lam B.Sc, is the Project Lead Developer at the Centre for Flexible Learning at Seneca College. She has a passion for design and technology which led to her current role, overseeing the development of both academic and corporate projects.
Connor McKinnon is the Lead Developer – Technical at the Centre for Flexible Learning at Seneca College. His enthusiasm for accessibility and educational technology are highly valuable in fostering learner engagement through eLearning.
Creating active learning opportunities in online courses allows students to engage directly with content rather than be passive consumers of it resulting in a more meaningful online learning experience.
This informative 45-minute session will explore how to create engaging story driven content by storyboarding, and use non-linear navigation to engage learners. The session will demonstrate these techniques and highlight some best practices for student-centered design. These best practices include minimizing unnecessary interactions, drawing attention to key elements, creating unity over uniformity, and providing adaptive feedback and support.
These techniques produce self-driven learning and simulated scenarios.
– Non-linear navigation in AS
– Creating meaningful cases/scenarios
– Creating simulations in AS
Experience and knowledge about Articulate Storyline 2 is not required for this session.
In this session you will learn:
- Design meaningful interactions
- Storyboard cases and scenarios
- Use of non-linear navigation
- Create active learning opportunities using Articulate Storyline 2
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced
Articulate Storyline 2 – Browser capable of viewing HTML, HTML5, SWF formats