Jennifer Valley

Hi! My name is Jennifer Valley and I’m an Instructional Designer. I have over five years of experience working in corporate training and one year working in K-12. I take professional development very seriously and take time out of each day to remain informed on the current topics and brush up on anything I feel is being under used. I enjoy professional development so much that I began writing my blog at the beginning of 2014 which is dedicated to sharing my knowledge, passion and experiences.

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Posts by Jennifer Valley

Adobe Captivate 9 V. Articulate Storyline 2 V. Trivantis Lectora Inspire 12

Updated on October 8th 2015 due to new releases, announcements, investigation, and other information provided by readers. Notable new information includes: Captivate 9 Mac versus Windows ReviewLink 3 Javascript […]

Reviewing Reviewlink 3

When I first logged into ReviewLink it was sometime in 2012 or 2013. The company I was working for was considering an alternative method to […]

Looking Back at a Year in Healthcare eLearning

I recently left my job in the healthcare L and D field to start a new pursuit and it got me thinking.....was there a difference? […]

5 Reasons Why Anyone Associated to eLearning Should be on Twitter One of my all time favorite places to chat is on Twitter.  Sure you're restricted to 120 characters and so many follows but the […]

Where have I been?

I went on a much needed vacation last week and the week before. It was great seeing my family and friends and being able to […]

Lectora Live 006 with Yours Truely

SCORM < 100

SCORM or Sharable Content Object Reference Model is a technical standard established by the United States Department of Defense in January 1999.  The first version […]

3 Steps to Becoming an Instructional Designer

I love talking to people in Instructional Design!  We can sit back and chat about experiences and share funny stories about projects that have gone […]

Audience < 100

Audience An audience is the viewers of your eLearning object defined during the analysis stage. During this stage developers should determine key factors like: Demographics […]

My Archer Gif to You (eLearning Challenge #83) Lately my husband and I have really been into the series Archer on FX.  It's an adult cartoon about spies and in between missions, […]

Almost 350 FREE (or Cheaper) Tools and Resources for eLearning

Another installment of Free (or Cheaper) Tools and Resources for eLearning.  Anything marked with an asterisk is something I've tested, used occasionally or implemented into […]

Putting Together the Perfect Portfolio

Putting together the perfect portfolio is an important but daunting task. What will employers/clients want to see? How should I display it? Where am I […]

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