This animation was created from a dense infographic initially provided to field case workers as a means to explain how HIV medications interfere with the replication process and thus lower HIV viral load. It is part of a four-hour course targeted at field case workers for the Texas Department of State Health Services HIV/STD and Infectious Diseases group.
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This sample, taken from a course developed for Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, dispels myths about funding sources for nonprofits, informs board members that they need to ensure that new members are aware of fundraising responsibilities, and encourages members to consider what they can contribute to the foundation.
This training was developed to help healthcare professionals learn to navigate and use the attestation portal required by Texas Medicaid. It not only shows them how to enter the information, but gives them guided practice to do so as well. It is the first of three one-hour programs created for HHSC EHR Incentive Program.
This four-minute video highlights different aspects of a six-hour blended learning program which explores how a family (adults and children) can make returning from deployment (reintegrating) a positive experience. MCEC is a non-profit whose mission is to ensure inclusive, quality education experiences for all military-connected children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition.
This segment highlights aspects of a two-hour blended learning program helping military children discover their strengths, potentials, aspirations, resourcefulness and confidence (SPARC). Originally this was an eight-hour instructor-led class.
Rackspace is a global company with more than 200,000 customers in 120 countries and $1.5 billion in annual revenue. This is an example of the training MicroAssist created for their Channel Partner University. This is just one example of seven courses created over the last three years for Rackspace.
This is part of a longer, 20-minute training/public outreach created by MicroAssist for the Texas Charter Schools Association. This public-facing training provides preliminary information/education about what is required in order to start a charter school in Texas.
The Texas Department of State Health Services, Vital Statistics Division, is responsible for collection and maintenance of citizen information specific to all births, marriages and deaths in the State of Texas. Historically, this information was collected and maintained through a manual process. This example is a demonstration of how a birth registrar would file a birth certificate for a child born in route to the hospital. This is part of an ongoing series of training and applications created by MicroAssist for VSU.