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  • The first two items resulted in changes made to the content. Filtering of time – in current LJS documentation Temperature
  • Added detailed information (additional screens) on using the navigation
  • Filter powder – clarified wording in instruction and reworded test question Warping of fryer – changed terminology “warp” to “damaged” Adding to fryer – using the basket
  • Play/Menu buttons continued to be confusing. Will take off “Menu” button at beginning of sections.

Transcript

  • 1. Shortening Maintenance At Long Johns Silver’s By: CBL Designs
  • 2. Introductions CBL Designs Kristy C onger Project Manager Amanda B evis ID Project Leader Jeremy L arson IT Project Leader
  • 3. Client
    • Maredith Adsit- Training Developer
      • Based in Louisville, KY
    • Long John Silver’s Restaurant
  • 4. Problem
    • Design and supplement a training unit to enhance LJS current print based materials for shortening maintenance.
    • Questions to answer:
      • What is the best way to filter?
      • How do you go about filtering?
      • When is the best time to filter?
      • When do you add new shortening?
      • How much shortening to you add?
  • 5. Why Shortening Maintenance?
    • Longer life= Less cost
    • Improved shortening= Better food
    • LJS Success
  • 6. Instructional Goals
    • Recall the steps in the filtering process of shortening
    • Identify the steps in maintaining the quality of shortening
    • Determine the correct amount of shortening to add to fryers
  • 7. Key Criteria
    • Must appeal to target audience
    • Replicate real world experience
  • 8. Addressing the Problem
    • Computer-based
      • Branching
        • Filtering
        • Shortening Quality
        • Adding Shortening
    • Media
      • Interactive assessment games
      • Video
  • 9. The Demo Kristy will now provide a demonstration of our project.
  • 10. The Results
    • Evaluations
      • SME
      • One-on-One
      • Small Group
    • Improvements
    • Lessons learned
  • 11. Subject Matter Expert
    • Filter powder
    • Warping of fryer
    • Filtering time
    • Temperature to check quality
  • 12. One-on-One Trials (4 Participants)
    • Liked
      • Computer training
      • Videos
      • Knowing the tools needed
    • Suggestions/Confused/Difficult
      • Navigation (Menu button, between sections)
  • 13. One-on-One Trials
    • All 4 participants made increase from pre to post.
  • 14. Small Group Trial (5 Participants) “ It showed me exactly how to do it. ” - Terry
    • Liked
      • demonstrations
      • red words
    • Suggestions/Confused/Difficult
      • Play/Menu buttons
      • Add music to videos
  • 15. Small Group Trials What to do?
  • 16. Improvements
    • Added more detail to content
      • Example: Push, pull, or turn levers, storage of items
    • Conversational pieces
    • Added wording when finished; directions to exit training
  • 17. Lessons Learned
    • Write for the audience
      • Documentation for client
      • Content for the learner
    • Utilize resources
      • Training personnel
      • Employees
      • Current material if available
  • 18. Thank You! Thank you for your attention. We hope you enjoyed the presentation.