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Procedural Learning


This training aims to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to perform data analysis tasks, such as generating frequency tables, creating bar graphs, and extracting relevant values from the analysis. By using Camtasia to create an instructional video, the training seeks to ensure that students can confidently and independently navigate JASP's interface, interpret the results of their data analysis, and apply the findings to produce the Final Evaluation Report. This instructional approach addresses the specific requirement for students to efficiently employ JASP in the context of their coursework, enabling them to contribute to informed decision-making processes during needs assessments, evaluations, and other learning and performance improvement interventions.

Design Process

 Video Script 


I began developing the script by understanding the learning objectives and breaking down the procedure into clear steps. I created a flow by outlining the introduction, main sections, and conclusion. I aimed to ensure the steps were  easy to follow instructions for each step, while offering relevant context and rationale. I incorporated visual and verbal cues to enhance comprehension, address potential challenges, and ensure a smooth transition between steps. I established the narrative tone and style and created a script that effectively guided learners through the procedural content.

 Audio Editing 


I start by importing the recorded narration or audio elements. I then listened through the recording to identify any mistakes, background noise, or unwanted sounds. To enhance audio quality, I used the noise reduction tool by selecting a short portion of background noise and then applying the effect to the entire track. For a smoother listening experience, I applied fades at the beginning and end of the narration. Lastly, I exported the edited audio in the mp4 format, considering the project's technical requirements. Throughout the process, I constantly listened and fine-tuned to ensure a polished and professional audio result for the instructional video.




This procedural learning video was designed to provide learners with a step-by-step resource in completing a task. By breaking down complex processes into easily digestible segments, the video aims to empower learners with practical experience.

Audience: Students, Instructional Environment

Responsibilities: Instructional Design, Script Writing, Storyboard, Visual Design, Voiceover

Tools Used: Camtasia, Audacity

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 Video Design           


In crafting the procedural video, I integrated several design elements to enhance its visual appeal and brand identity. I incorporated the organization's logo into the video's layout, ensuring a consistent and recognizable presence. To maintain visual cohesion, I matched the color palette of the video with the organization's established branding. The video's opening was enhanced with a captivating music snippet, engaging viewers right from the start. A polished bumper showcased the institution's logo along with captivating intro music, establishing a professional and memorable introduction. To streamline understanding, I employed highlight cues as a signaling method, guiding viewers' attention to crucial steps or information. Collectively, these design aspects not only upheld the organization's image but also added an engaging and visually appealing dimension to the procedural video, making it an effective and aesthetically pleasing learning resource. One aspect that I wanted to ensure I incorporated was meeting accessibility standards. Using tools such as the WebAIM Contrast Checker and understanding the WCAC guidelines allowed me to create an inclusive and accessible e-learning experience. Ensuring accessibility was not just a compliance measure but a commitment to providing equal learning opportunities for everyone was important to me.

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