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Posts by Association eLearning Blog

Are You Going to the ATD International Conference and Expo?

Are You Going to the ATD International Conference and Expo? If you are headed to the ATD International Conference and Expo May 21-24th in Atlanta, […]

Should Marketing Review eLearning Courses?

                          Recently, an instructional designer friend of mine asked me, “Should Marketing review […]

Videos in eLearning: A Snack Sized Solution

According to the website fortunelords.com, YouTube is the 3rd most visited website in the world. Additionally, the total number of hours of video watched on […]

L&D: Learning and Dystopia

You know that feeling you get when something is hyped as “the ultimate solution”? If you’re like me your reaction is probably along the lines […]

Learning Journeys: Destination Success

I don’t want to sound like a traitor to my industry, but learning and development, training, learning management, whatever you want to call it, is […]

Storyboards: What’s in a Number?

The first time I worked with a storyboard template it was numbered 100, 200, 300, and so on. I did what I thought was the […]

The student will become the master! But how? Adapting the Feynman 3-Step Mastery Technique to Online Learning

How often do you feel like you understand something until someone asks you to tell them more about it? When teachers and learners want to […]

Visuals and Visual Thinking

Logos, billboards, icons, infographics, memes, and other visuals are everywhere. A picture is supposedly worth a thousand words. “tldr” (too long, didn’t read) is an […]

The Learning Styles Myth

Some time ago, a colleague of mine wrote a blog called Learning Myths: Debunked, in which he stated that learning styles is a myth. Having […]

Learning Objectives and GPS

Your supervisor stops by and says they’re super busy. They need you to take care of something they don’t have time to do. After showing […]

Do Your Learners Speak Your Language?

“Now that you’re in the beginning phase, you need to untap.” When was the last time you tried explaining something you were familiar with to […]

The Business Case for Online Training

I once worked for a large company where all new employees went through a 3-day on-boarding process. We sat through videos on safety and compliance, […]

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