November 11, 2020
Four Elements of Proof
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November 11, 2020
Four Elements of Proof
In short, I'm an Instructional Designer who is passionate about empowering others by presenting consumable content with appropriate presentation methods and solid adult learning theory! Imagine WANTING to learn more or perform better, yet the available instructions don't allow that opportunity...yeah, I rather not either :-).
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The focus of this project was to provide a relevant user-experience that was true to the topic.

In The 4 Elements of Proof,  narration is provided by a detective who informs users they will receive a “refresher” on the course topic. Key information and user instructions are shown in yellow and before presenting any instructional content, the user is asked if they prefer audio (narration).

*Simple choices like having or not having narration aim to put the user more in control of their experience.

The course proceeds to introduce the 4 elements as a click-to-reveal activity. Once complete, the user proceeds to check the informative voice messages to evaluate how the message details might constitute as proof, as it relates to the 4 elements.

The course closes to conclude that though some elements were satisfied in the course, ALL elements must be addressed to build a strong argument/legal case.

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2021-02-13 13:24:02
2021-02-13 13:24:02

Look at you. A regular private “D”. No pun intended. I liked the informative script and graphics for this piece. Great work!

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2021-02-13 21:46:45
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Porsch_944
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Thank you, I had a lot of fun creating it. I’m not the best at script writing, so it was nice to get some practice in for this contest.

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2021-02-10 12:57:40
2021-02-10 12:57:40

thanks

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2020-11-17 20:08:17
2020-11-17 20:08:17

Love the design, navigation is clear and easy to follow. Engaging content, excellent work! 🙂

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2020-11-15 06:22:14
2020-11-15 06:22:14

well done!

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2020-11-15 17:02:08
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Rhonelee Soria
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Thank you, I had fun developing it.

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2020-11-15 02:28:53
2020-11-15 02:28:53

Very nice

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2020-11-12 16:27:22
2020-11-12 16:27:22

I like this project a lot! I wanted it to keep going so that’s a great sign. Have you ever thought about making this available as an OER?

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2020-11-12 17:33:47
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callista.dawson
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Thanks for the compliments! I haven’t looked much into OER…I’m sure it varies by platform, but I think I always considered it “a process” to submit work. Any you suggest I begin my research?

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2020-11-12 16:25:41
2020-11-12 16:25:41

Great work on interactivity.Music is very engaging. Actually plot is excellent.

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2020-11-12 17:30:53
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instructiond73306749
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Thank you, I found the music at Free Music Achieve (titled Jazzy Detective). It certainly helped to set a tone. I wish I could’ve had time to work more with the narrator for edits, I think the tone is a bit dark for something that should be engaging and light.

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2020-11-12 11:19:27
2020-11-12 11:19:27

This is a great looking and simple project.  Really like the visuals and interactivity.

 

Great Job

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2020-11-12 17:32:19
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Thanks, I typically shy away from stories (it’s not my strength), but was very happy with this short piece…key being short lol.

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