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Clothes Call

Audience: First year college students

Responsibilities: Instructional Design, Action Mapping (Needs Analysis), Storyboarding, Visual Design, Mockups, eLearning Development

Tools Used: Articulate Storyline, MindMeister, Adobe Illustrator, Google Slides, Vyond

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First-year college students often find themselves facing the challenge of navigating independent living, including managing their laundry. Many students arrive on campus without prior experience in sorting laundry, leading to confusion and frustration when it comes time to wash their clothes.


Without proper guidance, they may mix colors improperly, leading to clothing damage or discoloration. Additionally, incorrect sorting can result in ineffective cleaning and may contribute to the perpetuation of stains or odors. The lack of understanding in this fundamental skill not only impacts the students' ability to care for their clothing but also affects their overall well-being and comfort in their new living environment.


To address the challenge of teaching first-year college students how to sort laundry effectively, I created an eLearning course designed to provide comprehensive instruction and guidance in this essential life skill. This course utilizes interactions and practical demonstrations to engage students and facilitate their learning process. Through clear explanations and visual demonstrations, students will learn the principles of laundry sorting, including sorting by color, fabric type, and soil levels.


They will also gain an understanding of common laundry symbols and their meanings. Additionally, the course will provide tips for stain removal and garment care to ensure that students can properly maintain their clothing. By completing this eLearning course, first-year college students will acquire the necessary knowledge and confidence to sort their laundry effectively, contributing to their overall success and well-being in their new college environment.

Learning Theories and Principles


Self Concept: Learners can set their own pace by selecting laundry icons in any order but must select all in order to move to the next slide.
Readiness: The learning shows relevance by beginning with an introduction of a real world problem and incorporates relatable examples that highlight the practical importance of laundry sorting in everyday life, such as preserving clothing quality, saving time and money, and maintaining personal hygiene.
Motivation: Feedback is provided to the learner’s using gamified elements to invoke emotions. 
Orientation: Using a problem based approach, this course address common laundry dilemmas then guides learners through the process of applying sorting principles to find solutions.
Experience: This learning experience builds on  learners' prior familiarity with terms, ensuring a deeper, relevant exploration without redundancy.

Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction

Gain attention: The course begins with a thought provoking questions to learner. 
Inform learners of the objects: An overview of the key topics and concepts that will be covered is provided, setting clear expectations for the learning journey.
Stimulate recall of prior learning: The course activates learners' prior knowledge and experiences related to laundry sorting by prompting them to reflect on their current habits and practices.
Present the content: Complex concepts are broken down into digestible chunks and scaffold the learning experience to support gradual skill development.
Provide learning guidance: A tip sheet is provided to help learners overcome common challenges and pitfalls in laundry sorting.
Elicit performance: Immediate feedback is given to reinforce correct behaviors and address misconceptions.
Provide feedback: Confirmatory feedback is provided when students select the correct answer. 
Assess performance: Performance-based assessments are used to evaluate learners' ability to apply sorting concepts in practical contexts, such as sorting a virtual laundry load correctly.
Enhance retention and transfer:  A job aid is available at the end of the training to support ongoing practice and transfer of learning beyond the course. 

Multimedia Principles

Coherence: The eLearning course is structured on laundry sorting in a clear and coherent manner, presenting sorting principles and techniques in a logical sequence that follows the natural flow of the sorting process.
Multimedia Principle: Information is presented using both words and visuals to enhance learning.
Segmenting Principle: The eLearning course is divided into specific aspects of laundry sorting, such as sorting by color, fabric type, and washing instructions.
Pre-training Principle: The eLearning course begins with an overview of basic laundry principles and terminology, preparing learners for more advanced discussions on sorting techniques.
Temporal Contiguity Principle: Corresponding visual and auditory elements are presented simultaneously to reduce cognitive load and support learning.


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