EDIT 4160

EDIT 4160(Design and Development Tools) Level: Undergraduate Delivery mode: online and in-classroom Role: Primary instructor of the course Use of Instructional Technology: Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, iMovie, Camtasia, Captivate, Moodle, Web 2.0 (Blog,, wiki, etc.) Sample students’ works: The Schweflerville Scoop Mrs. Burch’s Class Wakeboarding

Instructional Design

Instructional design is  an ongoing, evolving process. It requires team work, collaboration between different parties, ability of multi-tasking, analytical skills, and creativity. It includes needs assessment, writing, evaluation, graphic design, multimedia development, web design & development, presentation skills, and, rapid learning to almost all emerging… Read More »Instructional Design


I have taught or co-taught a variety of instructional design and development related courses, either undergraduate or graduate level during my doctoral study. The course of Introduction of Computers to Teachers(EDIT2000) introduces not only instructional design tools including productivity, webQuest, Inspiration/Kidspiration, iMovie, and Microsoft Photo… Read More »Teaching


As online and blended approaches to higher education instruction and learning have proliferated, interest in online assessment has also increased. Assessment has been always a critical issue in educational innovation initiatives such as the move from traditional classroom instruction to online learning environments. The assessment… Read More »Research

Race to the Top

As the Lead Instructional Designer at the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC), I work with the content developers on the design and development of all Race to the Top (RT3) online courses. By the end of March 2014, I have led the… Read More »Race to the Top


I started working at Georgia Institute of Technology in 2011. I served as the lead instructional designer at Georgia Tech’s Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC), where I created online professional development courses for the U.S.D.O.E.’s Race to the Top program, as well as online learning… Read More »About

Interactive Timeline

Fiscal Year-End Course

This course is probably the shortest among all the Financial Fundamentals series, but it still contains a lot of information. For the introduction part, I used Adobe After Effects as my main development tool. Different from last time with Asset Management course, this time I… Read More »Fiscal Year-End Course

Basic Accounting

Interactive tutorial Developed with Articulate Storyline. Tutorial is about one and half hours long. Users will learn basic accounting concepts and guidelines in sections. At the end of each section, users will go through knowledge checks and assessment questions.

basic accounting

Articulate Storyline Courses

Click here and here for sample interactive learning tutorials that I developed with Articulate Storyline, VideoScribe, Adobe Premier, Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator. Sample screenshots for: Interactive File Cabinet animation:             Interactive “Money Tree” Animation:               VideoSribe… Read More »Articulate Storyline Courses

Training and Workshops

Working at Georgia Tech, I provide consultations and workshops on selection and use of technology in learning and curriculum design. Sample training materials and workshops include: Moodle Site Installation and Course Administration (2020) Articulate 360 Knowledge Share (2019) Desire2Learn LMS Knowledge Share (2019) You Built… Read More »Training and Workshops

CEISMC RT3 Online Course Standards

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EDIT 6190

EDIT 6190 (Instructional Design) Level: Graduate Delivery mode: in classroom Role: Teaching Assistant (primary responsibility: delivered in-class presentation on Flash CS3; addressed students’ problems and addressed questions. ) Use of Instructional/Multimedia Technology: Adobe Flash CS 3 Click here to view the edit studio website (EDIT… Read More »EDIT 6190