Hello, and welcome to my eLearning Portfolio page. My name is Paul Heitsch and I’m currently pursuing a degree in eLearning, with the goal of expanding my career into eLearning design and development. This page is dedicated to showcasing things I’ve done, either professionally or as class assignments, that require proficiency with one or more of the technical, production, and creative skills that are relevant to eLearning.
If you’re interested in viewing my bio, you can click the Bio link up there in the main menu across the top of the page (or you can click the link in this sentence. See what I did there?)
Otherwise, let’s get started…
Diamond Brilliance demonstration
(For the record, I would have recorded the VO better. The guy they hired talks waaaay too fast.)
This next item was produced in Storyline, and is currently in development to include quiz modules. This video is a screen capture of the Storyline project that I made with Camtasia:
Stuart Hall Fine Arts Emphasis Program
And this is a “flipped” lesson I created using Ted Ed. Ted ed allows you to enhance existing videos into eLearning modules that include quizzes and discussion topics. I found a video tutorial on the basics of digital audio that really spoke to me, so I used that to demonstrate this tool:
Digital Audio 101
And this is a cut from something I did with animator Tom Hepburn, when we both worked at Peak Image. Again, I used ProTools to create the audio track, and synch to the video
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And, finally, this is a trailer I made in iMovie for e Learning Technology class:
“Vicki & Paul” (it still needs some work)
These are projects I did for a Media Arts and Design class.
This was a Get to Know Photoshop assignment; I took four photos and made a montage of me and my kids. The earth and sky photos are from stock libraries. The pictures of me and the kids were scanned with an HP PhotoSmart all-in-one device.
These are a couple of magazine layouts I did in Adobe InDesign. (The text was written and formatted in Word, which I find is a much better text editor than InDesign.)
This first is a newsletter published by the School of Theatre and Dance at James Madison University, where I work as an administrator and Music Director:
And this is a made-up magazine layout I designed for a Media Arts Design class at JMU: