At the moment, my day job is a 'project support officer'. What does this mean? When I find out, I'll tell you. Basically it's everything that's not engineering, integrated logistics support or management. I do 'stuff'.
Most of my career however has been under the umbrella of instructional design, see LinkedIn for a summary of what I've done.
I will sort out your information vortex of doom. it's fun!
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My Instructional Design capabilities include:
I wrote an article about why eLearning fails, for the Australian Institute of Training and Development’s October 2012 edition. “Thirsty learners - Why is your eLearning training failing?"
I contributed three tips in the eLearning Guild's 2014 '84 Tips on New Instructional Design for New Instructional Technology'
Co-authored a report as presented at SimTecT called: Serious Games And Training Effectiveness: The Importance Of Pedagogy, 2013. It's about best practice pedagogical framework that stresses the importance of the key pedagogical elements of engagement and authenticity, motivation, practice and reflection, and scaffolding, in ensuring training effectiveness.
I list the full blah blah of instructional design quals on LinkedIn.
I'm most stoked about the Gamification course I did in January-April 2014. It really opened my eyes into the possibilities of funking up adult learning and user support by tapping into the secret weapon of intrinsic motivation.
It also has provided an insight into the app I worked on in 2014 and 2015 with my business partner of Flame Learning.
As a freelance instructional designer I have worked with the following clients: