eLearning Sample #1
Built in: Articulate Storyline 360
The leadership within the city planning department desired large-scale change in the city’s approach to human waste management toward renewable and less environmentally destructive practices. However, the vast majority of colleagues, constituencies, and relevant workforce were unaware of viable alternative options. In order to build a foundation of knowledge and insight that would fuel the engineering and construction of the planning department’s vision, it was determined that a gentle introduction was needed which would set the stage for more eLearning modules of increasing complexity on multiple levels.
This course introduces the concept of composting to city planners and municipal waste treatment employees. Specifically, it introduces the concept of human waste composting as a viable option. It is part of a series of eLearning modules aimed at raising the level of awareness and support for scalable alternative solutions to human waste management.
Level: This is a level 2 training with modest interactions, animations, and basic subject matter complexity.
eLearning Sample #2
Built in: Articulate Rise 360
Wildfires claim lives and livelihoods, often because people involved are not prepared to evacuate with the most critical items needed to resume their lives after the fire. Instead, people panic and make emotional, rather than strategic, decisions.
Lack of advance planning results in poor decision making during a crisis. Not knowing what supplies or belongings to take with you when you evacuate results in loss of life and livelihood.
Create an accessible eLearning course that breaks down evacuation planning into easy-to-follow steps, simple to remember lists, and guidance for how to determine best options based on the learner’s situation and needs. The scrolling functionality of Rise makes it a familiar eLearning tool because it is very like a website.
This non-profit, humanitarian outreach project develops in the learner a set of skills and a base of knowledge to be able to effectively prepare for evacuation in the event of wildfire.
A three-fold guide to print out and carry, store in the car, etc., that provides a quick checklist to remember the key points of the evacuation planning steps.