This section features modules that were designed to be completed by learners online, asynchronously. They were developed using the ADDIE model of instructional design. (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation)
Feel free to view surveys in the following modules, but please do not submit them. Thank you!
Designing Effective Learning Experiences
I created this module as a pre-workshop assignment for the University of Iowa Pharmacy Educator Preparation Program for Residents (PEPPR), a teaching and learning curriculum for pharmacy residents training across the state of Iowa.
Created July 2017; Last updated 7.27.19
Paging the Pain Pharmacist...
I created this module to supplement and reinforce a lecture on opioid conversion calculations. This scenario-based module allows students to practice clinical decision-making in a risk-free environment. It provides step-by-step guidance and remediation as needed based on the student's performance.
Created February 2016; Last updated 1.23.18
*Requires Adobe Flash.
Welcome to the interdisciplinary dementia care team...
I created this module in collaboration with Nicki Brandt, PharmD, MBA, BCGP, BCPP and Jessica Pyhtila, PharmD, BCPS for the Memory Disorders team at the Baltimore VA GRECC, as a tool to orient and onboard new learners from multiple disciplines.
Created May 2015; Designed modified 7.27.19 due to to increasing browser compatibility issues with flash and subsequent embedded video malfunction.
Playing in the Sandbox
For a graduate level course on instructional technology, I converted in-class content on communication to an online module. The conversion of this content into an online module using Adobe Captivate represents how I seek to continually learn and incorporate new skills and technology. Investing my time in technology smartly allows me to use precious classroom time to focus on higher levels of Blooms taxonomy and coach my students in interpersonal and critical thinking skills.
*Requires Adobe Flash. The navigation toolbar is included for ease of previewing this module. I recommend you use the tin can telephone to navigate as much as possible to achieve the authentic experience students have.
Created November 2014; Last updated 12.07.2014
Other E-learning activities
I created this video as a sample for students who were assigned to create short educational videos for classmates highlighting information about various analgesics and adjuvant analgesics.
Created March 2018; Last updated 3.31.18
Excerpt from "Caring for Older Adults with Advanced Illness"
This is part 3 of a module on pain assessment I created for an online course to train all non-administrative employees working in Maryland long-term care and assisted living facilities in principles of palliative care. This module was created using Camtasia. My teammates created 3 other modules and I hosted the course in a learning management system (Canvas). This project was funded by the Office of Healthcare Quality (P.I.: Mary Lynn McPherson, Pharm.D. MA, BCPS, CPE)
Created and last updated September 2014