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

Scenarios < 100

Taking hints from the eLearning Uncovered eLearning Tips in 140 character or less Twitter campaign and HubSpot’s (In Under 100 Words) blog series here is my definition of a scenario (in […]

Call Center Challenge

This past week's eLearning Hero Challenge (#47) was to create a call center interaction and I gladly answer the call with a simple plot, pics […]

E-Learning Challenge #48: Storyboard Templates for E-Learning

This weeks eLearning challenge is all about storyboards. I really enjoyed this challenge since my current job is pretty cut and dry on the options […]

That Was Refreshing

Julie, a real estate agent at Fake Real Estate, is sitting at her desk trying to figure out what to include in her real estate […]

Should your LMS include an Org Chart?

"Who does (insert name of random person at your company) report to?" How many times have you heard that question?  If your company structure isn't […]

eLearning Challenge #6

The problem: For elearning Challenge 6; using the source files provided, create a clean, flat, medical design theme. Try to work within the provided color […]

Her Favorite Font is.....

Ask someone their favorite font and you'll most likely weed out the left brains from the right. A left brainer will see the font as […]

SME < 100

Taking hints from the eLearning Uncovered eLearning Tips in 140 character or less Twitter campaign and HubSpot’s (In Under 100 Words) blog series here is […]

Get your Gaming On

Credits Have you ever sat on your couch just trying to beat that one last level..... All you need to do is this one last […]

Is Clip Art Dead?

I made a resolution after falling in love with Articulate's eLearning Hero challenges that I was going to try and complete as many as possible. […]

Zombie Zip Code

This week Articulate eLearning Hero challenge (#55) is to "design a training interaction, job aid, or mini-course to help learners prepare for and survive the […]

10 Things Instructional Designers Don’t Like to Hear

Instructional Design and eLearning in general is a varied business. There are different sectors like business and education and purposes like sales and product training. […]

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