Portfolio

EPSS: CourseTracker Context Help
This enterprise performance support system allowed corporate business applications to embed extrinsic deep links into learning objects stored inside of the CourseTracker learning management system. The EPSS featured fixed URL's to business applications, proxy services to content, tracing feature to maintain learning object link integrity during publishing, and a reporting engine.

EPSS: CourseTracker eSupport
This external performance support system allowed end users to conduct full-text searches inside of learning objects stored inside of the CourseTracker learning management system. It was developed using ASP, IIS, MS SQL, and XML.

EPSS: Pinacor TAG Intranet Site
This performance support system for the Pinacor Technical Assistance Group provided immediate real-time access to support information about commonly sold parts and technical product information. It included a knowledge management component to facilitate the sustainability of content authored by subject matter experts. It was developed using ASP, IIS, and MS SQL.

Instruction-CBT: Tour de France
This computer-based instructional module teaches learners about the history of the Tour de France. This linear/hypermedia hybrid was created using Authorware.

Instruction-Hypermedia: Seven Times Smart!
This web-based hypermedia database is based loosely on an existing instructor-led instructional program used to teach pre-service teachers about Howard Gardner's multiple intelligence theory. It was developed using Dreamweaver and Photoshop.

Instruction-ILT: Autism Spectrum Disorder
This instructor-led course was designed and developed for the Southwest Autism Research Center (SARRC). It is used by SARRC to teach habilitators, parents and teachers the basics of autism spectrum disorder. It was developed using PowerPoint, Premier and Audacity.

Instruction-ILT: Bloom's Taxonomy
This instructor-led course was designed and developed for instructional designers and training developers at Intel. It is used to teach new training professionals how to best support content in the cognitive domain using the progression of Bloom's six phases.

Instruction-ILT: Educational Technology 544
As the professor for Educational Technology 544, I redesigned the entire course including objectives, instruction, assessments, projects and the course website. It was developed using Word, HTML, Photoshop and a lot of brainshare.

Instruction-ILT: Local Area Networks
This instructional module provides a high-level overview of common hardware used in a local area network. It is intended for entry-level technical support personnel. It was developed using PageMaker.

Instruction-WBT: Banking for the Teenager
This web-based learning object was designed to teach young adults about checking accounts, how to deposit money, make withdrawals, and balance their account. It was developed using Dreamweaver and Photoshop.

Instruction-WBT: CourseTracker Basics
This web-based training course was developed to support authoring and publishing to the CourseTracker learning management system. It was developed using Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and OnDemand.

Instruction-WBT: Genesis Basics
This web-based training course was developed to support the next-generation Genesis authoring tool. It incorporated a problem-based learning method and a pedagogical agent among other media treatments. It was developed using Genesis, Flash, Photoshop, Premier, and OnDemand.

Instruction-Blended: eLearning Basics Workshop
This blended course was developed to provide training developers with instructional design, technical, and procedural skills to develop web-based training courses. It was developed using Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and OnDemand.

KM: eKM
To support volatile business processes and content changes, this knowledge management system allowed subject matter experts to quickly develop their own content using common applications such as Office and associate them with eLearning courses hosted in the CourseTracker system. It included a content validation and maintenance component and was developed using ASP, IIS and MS SQL.

Learning Strategy: Design 2.0
In addition to systems and sites, I have worked with organizations to reengineer their overall learning strategy. Branded the Design 2.0 project, this project included ID vision development, business process reengineering, job role redesign, authoring tool standardization and extensive change management for a global Fortune 100 training organization with over 500 employees.

LMS: CourseTracker
This learning management system delivers and tracks web-based training courses to learners at Intel. Originally developed as an internship project, it has since been used to host over 1,500 eLearning courses delivered 90,000+ learners worldwide. It was developed using ASP, IIS, and MS SQL.

LMS Authoring Tool: NavBuilder
To support the development of web-based training courses being hosted in CourseTracker, this companion tool automated the integration of navigation and tracking elements into Dreamweaver-based courses. It was developed using Access and Visual Basic.

LPS: Learning Express
Web 2.0 technologies has made learning personalization systems (LPS) possible at a much larger scale than the past. This project focused on providing 60,000 employees across the enterprise with a unique, personalized experience through the syndication of formal and informal learning content through learning channels. The LPS was embedded inside of Outlook to maximize the integration of learning with work. It was developed using Silverlight, Sharepoint and MS SQL.

Software: Pinacor Call Tracking System
To complement the group's performance support system, an incident-tracking database was developed for the Pinacor Technical Assistance Group. It was comprised of a Microsoft Access front-end, SQL 7.0 back-end, proprietary task agent and an additional web-based front-end.

Sports Apparel: UA Cycling Team Jersey
The 1995-96 team kit produced by Giordana was my first venture in clothing design. The team went on to a national ranking of 7th after a strong showing by several members at the Collegiate National Championships. It was developed using Illustrator.

Sports Apparel: UA Cycling Team Jersey
The 10th-ranked UA cycling team was clad in a Vomax-produced kit based loosely on the previous year's version. The result for the 1996-97 season is what I considered to be the next logical step or evolution for the design. It was developed using Illustrator.

Sports Apparel: UA Cycling Team Jersey
As an alumnus of the UA, I had the pleasure of aiding in the production of the 1997-98 team kit. Based upon a hand sketch by Matt Westover, this redesign of the jersey was produced by Canada's Louis Garneau. It was developed using Illustrator.

Website: Educational Media and Computers 321
As an instructor for Educational Media and Computers 321, I built the course website which contained syllabi, lecture information, grades and served as a delivery medium for lab assignments. It was developed using HTML and Photoshop.

Website: Educational Technology 544
As the professor for Educational Technology 544, I redesigned the entire course including objectives, instruction, assessments, projects and the course website. It was developed using Word, HTML, Photoshop and a lot of brainshare.

Website: UA Commencement
In conjunction with the University of Arizona Department of Student Publications, I produced this informational site for Commencement for the Dean of Students Office. It was developed using HTML and Photoshop.

Website: UA Graduate College
In addition to building sites from the ground-up, I have also been asked to participate in the graphic and structural redesign of existing websites such as the University of Arizona Graduate College. It was developed using HTML and Photoshop.

Website: UA Student Publications
As an employee of the Department of Student Publications, I produced and maintained a number of sites including this in-house homepage. It was developed using HTML and Photoshop.

Website: The Fountains Retirement Communities
In addition to producing sites for departments at the University of Arizona, I have also done consulting work for locally-based corporations such this website for The Fountains retirement communities. It was developed using HTML and Photoshop.

Website: Total Body Synergy
Another commercial site is Total Body Synergy which largely provides detailed product and contact information for their specialized health products. It was developed using HTML and Photoshop.

Yearbook: 1995 University of Arizona Desert
Among the five yearbooks that I have produced, the 1994-95 Desert was by far my favorite. As editor-in-chief of the University of Arizona's yearbook, I was responsible for all facets of the publication including theme, design, production, personnel and budget. This publication, ranked third in the nation by the Associated Collegiate Press, was developed using PageMaker.