Will At Work Learning

Will At Work Learning by Will Thalheimer Ph.D. Learning-to-performance strategist, learning consultant, learning researcher, learning benchmarker, program evaluator, speaker, workshop provider, simulation architect, instructional designer, business leader, product-line leader.

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Posts by Will At Work Learning

Doing Research On Our Learning Products

The learning profession has been blessed in recent years with a steady stream of scientific research that points to practical recommendations for designers of learning. […]

Prompting Learning When Our Learners Play Games

Another research brief. Answer the question and only then read what the research says: Loading...   In a recent study with teenagers playing a game […]

Research Reviews of the Spacing Effect.

I've been following the spacing effect for over a decade, writing a research-to-practice report in 2006, and recommending the spacing effects to my clients and […]

Public Appearances in Next Two Weeks

    Tuesday January 24 Webinar with Training Magazine Microlearning and Gamification: What Research Tells Us and How We Can Put It Into Practice   […]

Want to Diagnose Your Organization's Smile Sheets for FREE?

We are coming up to the one-year anniversary of my book, Performance-Focused Smile Sheets: A Radical Rethinking of a Dangerous Art Form. To celebrate, I've […]

Giving Learners More Control in eLearning: What Does the Research Say?

Does giving learners more control of the way they navigate through an elearning program help them or hurt them? Before I tell you what the […]

Definition of MicroLearning

I've looked for a good definition of microlearning, but because I couldn't find one, I've created my own. Microlearning involves the use of: “Relatively short […]

Will's History of Spacing Out on Learning

As you know, if you've dabbled into my work for a few years, I've closely followed the research finding, "The Spacing Effect," both from a […]

Five Reasons Learners Experience the Spacing Effect

The spacing effect, if not the most studied learning factor, is certainly in the top five. As Harry Bahrick and Lynda Hall said in 2005, […]

Neon Elephant Award 2016

I am delighted to announce that The 2016 Neon Elephant Award goes to Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A. Kirschner, and Casper D. Hulshof for their […]

What's Wrong With This Picture?

I must be in a bad mood -- or maybe I've been unlucky in clinking on links -- but this infographic is horrifying. Indeed, it's […]

Jobs in Learning Measurement -- Let's Try Something

Dear Readers, Many of you are now following me and my social-media presence because you're interested in LEARNING MEASUREMENT. Probably because of my recent book […]