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Losing our collective minds?

So, after that mess on Twitter, I next see on LinkedIn a recognized personage who proceeds to claim that learning styles are legit, and promises […]

Collective mind losing redux

I reported about a conversation on LinkedIn badly defending learning styles. And, the subsequent post came out. Sad to say, it doesn’t do anything better, […]

ITA Jay Cross Award 2020

The Internet Time Alliance Award, in memory of Jay Cross, is presented to a workplace learning professional who has contributed in positive ways to the […]

Myths, publishers, and confusion

On twitter the other day, I was asked how I could on one hand rail against myths, and on the other work with orgs who […]

An L&D Challenge?

A colleague and friend posted about masks, and I weighed in. He suggested that it’s really a learning issue. I’m not sure I agree, but […]

More Marketing Myths

The other day a tweet caught my eye that used a myth to get you to click a link. Worse, clicking the link led to […]

Wanna talk meaning, learning science, and more…?

The L&D conference, starting today, has a wide variety of things going on. I’m actually impressed, because in addition to the asynchronous and synchronous sessions […]

Getting Wiser

I’ve been interested in wisdom as a stretch goal. That is, if what I (and, ideally, we) do is help people become smarter, could we […]

Talking meaningful learning

So, I’ve previously mentioned the Learning & Development conference I’ll be participating in that starts late this month. And, their main sessions are not webinars, […]

On Diversity and Safety

I normally don’t speak on this blog outside of my focus on learning. That’s for other platforms. However, I can’t help notice; deaths, protests, abuse. […]

Making learning meaningful?

So, last week, I asked the musical question: where are we going most wrong? I followed that up asking what most would help.  I also […]

Where are we going most wrong…

…and what’s most important to fix?  I was a co-conspirator on the Serious eLearning Manifesto, and we identified 8 values that separated typical elearning from […]

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