In 2016 I participated in Blendkit, a MOOC provided by the University of Central Florida, using the Canvas LMS. During the course I designed the Sexual Harassment Training Compliance seminar and included an online portion. Before I could create the training course, I had to meet with the office of Gender Equality (OGE). Here is the agenda I used when meeting with the SME at the OGE for the first time (English & Korean)

Training Agenda 2.29.16

I created a small sample of what I could do using a video recording (originally created using Adobe Captivate).

Content and Delivery

After getting approval from the OGE, I had to determine how to break up the content into two spheres. To do this I had to determine which content would be presented online and what learners would accomplish from the seminar. From there, I created two visual maps to help determine these two spheres of this blended course using templates from UCF.



To better understand the interactions that would take place and how these interactions would support learning objectives, I used an integration chart.

integration chart_TerryoFaulkner

Next I created a basic a syllabus and description of expectations to clearly help them understand how they could successfully complete the training program. Also included was the schedule of learning assignments that would occur in both of the Face-toFace and Online spheres. This would be provided to students online.

SHCT Syllabus, Expectations and Schedule

Throughout the semester, I would create assignments and provide examples of what was expected to be considered within compliance.

Assignment Instructions Terry O Faulkner

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 Content Examples:

Here are some screenshots of the training used for the training program:

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Screenshot of first knowledge check

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Screenshot of first knowledge check remediation


After completion of the course and training seminar, I reflected about what worked and didn’t work and how I could improve the training for next year:

Blendkit2016 self assessment

Finally, I compiled all the resources into the complete Blendkit2016 portfolio: