TV studio training
TV news students at the University of South Florida expressed disappointment in having to take their classes online during the pandemic because they couldn’t use the TV studio and control room on campus.
I created this 360-degree project using Articulate Storyline to give students an interactive behind-the-scenes look at our TV studio so they’d be prepared to identify the equipment and understand the roles. This prepared students to work in TV studios even if they couldn’t get in-person hands-on experience.
Click and drag the images to see the 360-degree lessons on studio and control room functions:Powered by elearningfreak.com
mobile equipment training
Beginner mobile storytellers often show up to video shoots and realize they forgot to bring all of the equipment they need. It costs the storytellers valuable time because they have to reschedule shoots when they forget gear at home.
I created this project using Articulate Storyline to help beginner storytellers visualize the equipment they need to pack with them. Learners click hotspots on the first slide to learn the vocabulary and function of each piece of equipment. Then, I added a drag and drop interaction on the second slide to encourage learners to engage with the content in a way that will help them remember to pack the right equipment with a mental checklist.Powered by elearningfreak.com