Apprenticeships – E-Learning, OJT or Immersive learning?

I am likely going to shock you.  Heck, I might even cause you to gasp.  You may have heard the recent announcement by the President […]

Weaving our way around the complex tapestry of strategy, practice and policy, in learning technology: ALT Scotland meeting

(image: unsplash) This week saw the annual ALT Scotland group face to face meeting. This year’s years location was the stunning new City of Glasgow […]

Dealing with Workplace Hazards

Let’s not lie to ourselves – we often see problems we don’t want to deal with. Head down, keep walking. That’s the usual decision. Unfortunately […]

Video Interaction with Closed Captions

This week’s Articulate E-learning Challenge was to create an interaction in Storyline using only shades of grey or in other words, black and white. As […]

What’s New at FocusOn Learning – Live Streaming Sessions

For this year’s FocusOn Learning we’re excited to once again be live streaming a curated selection of the sessions at the event. This is a great […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 06/19/17

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: how the Pentagon uses games what Marketing has to do with Learning a glimpse into the […]

If instructional design is dead, what fills the void?

If you haven’t heard, “Instructional design is dead.” At least, that’s what some industry leaders have been saying over the last few years. Obviously, the […]

4 examples of students as partners in school change

Let students help you transform your school Creating sustainable systemic change is hard work. Yet there are readily available, free, renewable resources right in your classroom. […]

Get Em Back – Ur Learners Ur LMS

Perhaps you like me have seen the lists.  The mentions.  You know where X company has been rated a “favorite place to work”.  I often […]

Our Five Favourite Exhibits From The Museum of Failure

Each and every day we find ourselves engaging with other people’s great ideas. We marvel at the simplicity of an idea and how well it […]

Custom Content vs Off the Shelf

In a prior post, we asked, “what comes first, the LMS or the content? Today we ask, “which is better, off the shelf vs custom […]

I say open, you say ? #EUNIS2017

Last week during my keynote at the #eunis2017 conference I tried to get a bit of audience participation and idea of what open meant to […]