This presentation will introduce the topic of instructional design as it relates to help content and show how to make a video tutorial.
We’ll reverse engineer a high-performing tutorial video and show the steps it took to create it. This will provide participants with the opportunity to see how instructional design concepts are applied in the practical process of video creation. Register here.
About the Presenter
Andrea Perry works with a bright team of information developers and instructional designers at TechSmith Corporation, a software company that’s changing how people communicate and collaborate in business and academic settings. In her current role, Andrea writes for desktop and web-based applications, creates tutorials, and designs user onboarding. She has experience speaking at WritersUA conferences, DevLearn, and looks forward to presenting as an exhibitor at the upcoming STC Summit in May. She holds a Master’s in Educational Technology from Michigan State University and combines learning theory with technical communication to create instructional content that inspires and informs.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
6:30 pm: Networking and light refreshments
7:00 pm: Program
Washtenaw Community College
Crane Liberal Arts and Science Building
Room LA 371
4800 E. Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, MI
Students: free with ID
* Honorary members for the evening: employees of the sponsoring organization and members of sister organizations (UXPA, CHI, and ASTD)
Washtenaw Community College is at the eastern edge of Ann Arbor, between the Geddes Road and Washtenaw Blvd [Eastbound] exits of US-23.