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1 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM By Tami Morris Senior Research IMD411 Dr. Natalie Hruska W6A2 1/10/2013

2 What is this about? What can one do? The program design The components Who can use it? Why it is needed Competition Cost benefits The program goals What will be learned? The flow What it will look like What is required? How it will be built When will it be ready? The action plan Lets review! Credits A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM CONTENTS Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

3 But from where do they come? The grocery store? What pesticides are covering them? Well… Thirty five different pesticide residues were found on tomatoes in the latest USDA study. A new Harvard study shows it only takes a small amount of pesticides to affect brain chemistry, increasing children developing ADHD. Not only do pesticides affect people, they affect our entire planet, our soil, water, air, animals, and insects. 3 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM WHAT IS THIS ABOUT? Tomatoes! They are rich in antioxidants & vitamins, and help lower cholesterol. They can be used in salads, dips, sandwiches, wraps, pizza, stews, soups, BBQ sauce, salad dressing, catsup, spaghetti, lasagna, manicotti, sloppy Joes, and are even delicious plain!! Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

4 Avoid those chemicals and grow pesticide free tomatoes! Tomatoes are the most popular food to grow! The National Gardening Association says almost 90% of backyard gardens include tomatoes With so many people growing them, jump on board and grow them, too! But, how? By using this program! 4 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM BE PURE TOMATO GARDENING is an interactive electronic educational program that will teach the benefits of organics and how to plan, plant, maintain, and harvest chemical free tomatoes. Organic gardening is important in our world today, offering many environmental and health benefits. And, after a taste of how delicious freshly picked tomatoes are, grocery store tomatoes will just never compare! WHAT CAN ONE DO? Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

5 5 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM THE PROGRAM DESIGN This program will Be easy to follow using a computer, laptop, or tablet Help users understand the health reasons and environmental benefits of organic gardening Teach users what supplies are needed and the processes for successfully growing their own organic tomatoes Present the material in a logical order Offer quizzes for material retention Allow the user to go back for review Offer audio Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

6 6 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM THE COMPONENTS Images Graphics Interactivity Informative and Instructional Slides Offering:A Title Slide to Introduce the Program Organic Tomatoes Planning Garden Readiness Maintenance Organics Reaping Rewards 6 Topics of Instructional Slides Including:Helpful Growing Tips6 Quizzes and Quiz ResultsA Conclusion SlideA Certificate of Completion Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

7 Men or Women Age: 20s to 60s Healthy Lifestyle Home Owners Save Money Gardening Knowledge Enjoy Outdoors Computer Literate Love Tomatoes 7 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM This program can be used by anyone interested in growing organic tomatoes to avoid the harmful effects of pesticides: WHO CAN USE IT? Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

8 8 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM WHY IT IS NEEDED Many guess at how to plant and grow tomatoes. They may know how to plant seeds, but not what to do while the seeds sprout and grow. Consumers are becoming more health conscious and organic gardening is becoming popular. Consumers want Instruction for growing tomatoes Instruction about organics To know how to save money Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

9 9 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM COMPETITION ASSET BE PURE TOMATO GARDENING PLANET NATURALMOTHER EARTH ORGANIC GARDENING Selecting Tomato VarietyYes Benefits of OrganicsYesNo Supplies NeededYes No Planting DirectionsYes FertilizingYes No NarrationYesNo Knowledge TestingYesNo ImagesYesNo Yes DesignIntriguing Plain Many ads Plain Many ads Plain Few ads UsabilityUser friendly Difficult to find specific info Helpful links Currently there are no learning programs that teach how to grow organic tomatoes. There are websites that show how to grow tomatoes, but none Explain the important reasons for organic gardening Show the supplies needed Explain the steps in order Offer quizzes for material retention Offer audio Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

10 10 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM CATEGORYFEATURECOSTBENEFIT Tangible Costs Planning Cost of Developer to Plan Program and Documents Clear Understanding of Program SoftwareCost of Adobe CaptivateProgram Creation Building Cost of Developer to Create Program Quality of Program Graphics Cost of Developer to Locate, Create, and Insert Graphics Gain User Attention Testing and Debugging Cost of Developer to Conduct Testing and Correct Errors Ensure Error Free Functionality Website Insertion Cost of Web Developer to Add Program to Websites Increased Website Traffic Intangible Costs Garden Shop Website Traffic N/A Increased Exposure and Sales Burpee Website Traffic N/A Increased Exposure and Sales Total CostsSenior ProjectTimePortfolio Piece Sponsored by Burpee Seeds, this program will be available on garden shop websites. The benefits are Increased garden shop website traffic Increased garden shop traffic Increased sales Since the sites exist, the only costs are The Adobe Captivate program The developers time building the program The time for insertion into the websites COST BENEFITS Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

11 11 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM THE PROGRAM GOALS To have fresh tomatoes for use in recipes To learn about the benefits of organic gardening To learn the steps necessary to grow organic tomatoes, from the first step of preparing the garden area, to the final step of harvesting insecticide free tomatoes To reap the rewards of eating fresh, delicious, organic tomatoes Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

12 12 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM WHAT WILL BE LEARNED? The program will cover: Environmental Benefits Health Benefits Cost Benefits Organic Tomatoes Choosing the Location Choosing the Tomato Gathering Supplies Planning Preparing the Soil Planting Garden Readiness Watering Seedlings Staking Maintenance Fertilizing Pesticides Organics When to Harvest Harvesting Reaping Rewards Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

13 13 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM THE FLOW The program will follow a logical order Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

14 14 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM WHAT IT WILL LOOK LIKE A sample page Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

15 15 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM WHAT IS REQUIRED? Because this will be an online program, the user can view and complete it at their own pace, in their own time, and then implement the steps in their own yard, during the growing season for their area. To use the program, the user will need an electronic device with internet connection. Then they will simply clicking their way through, going forward or back for review, and can adjust the audio with the controls on their device. Recommendations for the use of the program: PC Mac Linux Tablet Operating System Adobe Flash Player Shockwave Software Speakers, Video Card, Audio Card Additional Peripherals PC/Mac Resolution: 1024x768 Tablet Screen Resolution: 800x600 Display Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Opera Safari Internet Browser Hi-speed (Cable, DSL, Wireless) Dial-up not recommended Internet Connectivity Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

16 16 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM This program will be built using Adobe Captivate 6 Sony Notebook PC Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack x Hz screen 2.40 GHz Intel Core Processor 6.0 GB RAM, 64-bit HOW IT WILL BE BUILT Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

17 17 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM WHEN WILL IT BE READY? The program designer and developer is Tami Morris who will be building it for her Senior Project class. The program must be completed by February 27, TASKWEEK 1WEEK 2WEEK 3WEEK 4WEEK 5WEEK 6 Build PagesXXXXX Script WrittenXX Insert ScriptXX Insert ImagesXX Test and DebugXXXXX DeliveryX Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

18 18 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM THE ACTION PLAN GOAL ACTION PLAN RESPONSIBLE PARTY DUE DATE Pages built By 1/27/ Create program template 2.Create buttons, add to slides 3.Create cover slide 4.Create credits slide 5.Test slides Tami Morris 1.1/23/13 2.1/24/13 3.1/25/13 4.1/26/13 5.1/27/13 Script written by 2/03/ Research 2.Write instructional script 3.Write assessment script Tami Morris 1.1/29/13 2.1/31/13 3.2/03/13 Script inserted by 2/10/ Insert script 2.Format slides 3.Test assessments Tami Morris 1.2/5/13 2.2/8/13 3.2/10/13 Images added by 2/17/ Gather images 2.Insert into slides 3.Format images Tami Morris 1.2/12/13 2.2/15/13 3.2/17/13 Final testing and debugging by 2/24/ Test all buttons 2.Correct any errors 3.Take assessments 4.Correct any errors Tami Morris 1.2/18/13 2.2/20/13 3.2/22/13 4.2/24/13 Project delivered by 2/27/ Submit projectTami Morris1.2/27/13 In order to meet this deadline, there are specific goals and deadlines Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

19 19 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM LETS REVIEW! This presentation has demonstrated Who can use the program What the program is about When the program will be completed Where the program can be found and used Why the program is needed How the program will work So! Is there any reason not to jump on board? Lets get started growing delicious, organic tomatoes! Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013

20 Tami Morris, Designer and Developer For complete details View the Project Plan Document View the Design Journal 20 Tami Morris | Senior Research IMD411 | Dr. Natalie Hruska | W6A2 | 1/10/2013 A N I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROGRAM CREDITS Works Cited Benzkofer, Stephan. Jacob, Mark. 10 Things You Might Not Know About Tomatoes. Chicago Tribune. 20 Mar Web. 3 Jan Pesticides and the Environment. National Pesticide Information Center. Web. 3 Jan Pleasant, Barbara. All About Growing Tomatoes. Mother Earth News. Mar Web. 19 Dec Tomatoes. The Worlds Healthiest Foods. Web. 3 Jan Tomatoes, 35 Pesticide Residues Found by the USDA Pesticide Data Program. Whats On My Food? Web. 3 Jan Tomatoes: A Growing Guide. Organic Gardening. Web. 19 Dec Vinje, Eric. How to Grow Tomatoes – Organic Tomato Gardening. Planet Natural. Web. 19 Dec Where Do Your Tomatoes Come From? Ecologist. 1 Sep Web. 3 Jan


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