Pachyderm Showcase

Pachyderm is an open-source multimedia development application that provides an easy way to create highly engaging interactive modules for your Web site and presentations. With Pachyderm, you can build learner-driven multimedia stories that combine text, graphics, audio, and video--without being a multimedia programmer.

We hope you enjoy this gallery of Pachyderm modules created by OSU faculty, staff and students. Contact the EESC regarding how you can learn more about Pachyderm.

Jason O'Brien

Before Oregon was a state, many naturalists wandered it's natural resources.

Melissa Tensa (Girl Scout and 4-H Member)

Learn about multiple aspects of poultry

Holly Berry

Welcome to Canning Fruit at Home...the right way. The self-directed learning module is designed to take you through each step of canning fruit at home and links you to laboratory tested instructions.

Laurie Houston & Jianhong Mu

An overview used as part of an online course.

Patty Skinkis

Viticulture Extension Specialist

Pami Opfer

A practical learning module for sustainable gardening in the Beaver State

Jeff Hino

OSU Extension Learning Technology Leader
Explore the concepts behind Pachyderm. Experts discuss what Pachyderm is...and isn't.

Holly Berry

Home canned vegetables add variety to diet. Using tested instructions from a reliable source is the first step to ensuring your home canned vegetables will be safe.

David Hannaway

Understanding the importance of florage to livestock in meeting the nutritional needs of livestock.

Amy Grotta

An introduction to the basic components of a forest plan.