Weekly Update: July 21-25, 2014

This is what I’ve been up to this week:

  • Completed days 3 and 4 of the Clear Leadership course.
  • Finished the job aids for both FHA Meditech and VCH/PHA PeopleSoft ERPs.
  • Finalized New Employee Coach checklist and New Employee checklist.
  • Ran New Employee Coach Orientation session.
  • Requested Moodle course for LearningHub.
  • Worked with IBM to get Articulate Storyline installed.

Weekly Update: July 14-18, 2014

This is what I’ve been up to this week:

  • Reviewed storyboards for SOP e-learning project.
  • Developed job aids for SOPs – about 40% done.
  • Developed coaching checklist for new employee onboarding.
  • Developed new employee checklist for onboarding.
  • Developed a “What makes a good coach?” PowerPoint presentation.
  • Still waiting for Articulate Storyline to be installed. Now a “project” with Service Desk.

Next week, I need to start turning the SOP storyboards into e-learning modules. I need to finish the SOP job aids. I have to deliver a presentation on how to be an effective coach.

Weekly Update: July 7 – July 11, 2014

This is what I’ve been up to this week:

  • Attending Clear Leadership training course.
  • Figuring out how to use concepts learnt in Clear Leadership to apply to partnerships with SMEs – in particular reframing problem patterns and creating learning statements.
  • Developing a style guide for training materials (e-learning, job aids etc.)
  • Finishing storyboarding for SOPs.
  • Set-up meetings for verifying steps with SMEs. 

Weekly Update: June 30-July 4, 2014

This is what I’ve been up to this week:

  • Reviewing Standard Operating Procedure documents and working on converting them into e-learning modules.
  • Using PowerPoint as a template to capture potential design/design issues of e-learning modules.
  • Thinking about navigation design issues (continue, next etc …) in e-learning.
  • Establishing a Style Guide based on Microsoft’s Manual of Style for Technical Publications.
  • Using OneNote to capture all work-in-progress.
  • Attempting to use SketchNote techniques to capture meeting notes.