A Learning Blog

A blog about corporate learning, with particular emphasis on technology applied to learning, design, and multicultural environments.

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The Remote Work Capability Builder

Remote Work is more about interactions defined by culture, policy and processes than about individual skill. The Remote Work Capability Builder combines management tools, courses, […]

¿Una imagen? ¿Mil palabras? ¡Basta!

Tranquilo, Neo: no TIENES que elegir una pastilla (Fotograma: The Matrix, Warner Bros.) ¿Qué es mejor, una imagen o mil palabras? Cuando esta conversación pasa […]

The science behind L&D

What is the secret to great metrics? What is the secret to efficient learning? And a great ROI story? The answer is much closer than […]

4 learning metrics managers like

Metrics, although necessary, can easily infuence behavior in undesired ways. They can’t be taken lightly, and I would never recommend limiting the number of tracked […]

3 steps to better visual language skills

There is one language our brain is instantly capable of speaking, from birth. It is tolerated in primary school, seriously neglected in secondary, and by […]

Why you should be doing agile L&D development

Agile, iterative, successive approximation… There are many terms that broadly encapsulate the same concept: agile L&D development, or the delivery of small incremental value-add to […]

La irrelevancia de los estilos de aprendizaje

Estoy convencido de la irrelevancia de los estilos de aprendizaje a la hora de diseñar elearning. En las revisiones de un diseño que está ya […]

Creating international elearning

Creating international elearning experiences is not simply a matter of translating content (see “Translating elearning into other languages: 6 tips“). The platform and architecture must […]

Design better blended learning by understanding affordances

Have you been asked to “blend” learning? In its rushed form, this process involves deciding which parts of an existing classroom course will fall into […]

Creating international elearning with Camtasia: Glitches and tips

If you are engaged in creating international elearning with Camtasia and like it as much as I do, perhaps you are wondering how to make […]

Creating international elearning with Camtasia: More tips

I am going to pick up from my last post to add more tips that may help in creating international elearning with Camtasia, especially if […]

4 L&D Wishes for 2015

My wish list for corporate learning 2015. Just four, all of them L&D maturity indicators. 1. “Blended” fades No, we don’t stop blending. But we […]

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