Sarah is an award-winning instructional designer and developer based in Brisbane, Australia.
She has worked extensively in the areas of web-based learning, instructional design and elearning development for over 15 years.
Working closely with teachers and subject matter experts, Sarah specialises in converting text-based learning materials into an interactive immersive and authentic learning experience.
Sarah currently works as the senior educational designer and managing director of eLearn Australia.
– eLearning design and development
Using multimedia and collaboration tools to deliver eLearning experiences that are actually engaging (and not just text on screen!)
– Mobile app development
Developing seamless user-centred experiences to deliver educational messages via mobile. Mobile apps are a great tool for ‘just-in-time learning’ – accessing information where and when learners need it.
– Instructional design
Converting learning content into an educational experience that engages the learner and brings their training closer to real-life skills.
– eLearning consultation
Working together with training providers to formulate the best eLearning strategy for their learner group.
– Educational games
Delivering educational messages and/or improving practical skills or knowledge through highly engaging mobile and web-based games.
– Online language resources
Harnessing the use of multimedia to build self-paced language learning resources can greatly improve language learners’ understanding and retention of foreign languages.
– Online induction training
Providing an interactive and engaging interactive induction module is a great step in inspiring a new staff or volunteer cohort.
– Online work health and safety training
Using web-based or mobile technologies to develop compliant workplace health and safety training modules specific to your workplace.
– Learning management systems
Embedding training into a Learning Management System that best suits your organisation’s needs and budget.
– Authentic learning
Delivering training using an authentic learning context and building tasks and assessments that have real-life application to the learner.
– Blended learning
Ensuring the learner stays engaged in the course by incorporating different modes of contact.