Latest Blog Posts

  • 2021: A Year in Review
    It’s been a while since I posted, it’s been pretty hard to find time to write. When I am not working I am writing for my PhD, which is taking up quite a lot of my free time right now. 2021 was annoyingly uneventful, what with COVID part 2, I essentially became somewhat of a hermit again. But without further ado, here is my year in review. 
  • Scenario Design Toolkit – Initial Takeaways
    I purchased the Scenario Design Toolkit by Cathy Moore a little while ago; it’s been something I’ve been dipping in and out of alongside reading Instructional Story Design by Rance Greene and Scenario-Based eLearning by Ruth Clark. I’ve finally completed the toolkit and wanted to share some of my initial thoughts.
  • ALT Conference 2021
    This was my first time attending the ALT conference; I wasn’t sure what to expect but I’d heard good things about it. Due to COVID-19, the conference was virtual, so I wasn’t sure what the experience would be like. In this post, I reflect on my experience and think about what I have learned as well as the actionable takeaways.

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I am a learning design consultant who specialises in developing e-learning solutions, digital media and Moodle. I create simulations, e-learning experiences, videos, infographics, job aids and FAQ’s on a day-to-day basis and I love what I do! … Read more.


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I create learning experiences for various industries and sectors including IT, Management, Finance, HR, Education and Media.


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Read an article that slammed the use of mnemonics in educational materials - 16 years later I still remember "please do not throw sausage pizza away" as a reminder of the names and order of the OSI layers in networking. They can be such a useful memory aid. #mnemonics

Making your mind up: Formalising the evaluation of learning technologies - Fantastic conference session! The EDUCAUSE Rubric for eLearning Evaluation is so useful #altc21

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