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Time is the biggest problem?

In conversations, I’ve begun to suspect that one of the biggest, if not the biggest, problem facing designers wishing to do truly good, deep, design, is […]

Process and Product

Of late, I’ve been talking a fair bit about my take on learning experience design (LXD). To me, it’s the elegant integration of learning science […]

What to do?

Let me suggest that one of the biggest gaps in our thinking is about doing. Too often, we think about ‘learning’ as the end goal, […]


Several books ago, I was asked to to talk about myths in our industry. I ended up addressing myths, superstitions, and misconceptions. While the myths […]

Thinking artificially

I finally put my mitts on ChatGPT. The recent revelations, concern, and general plethora of blather about it made me think I should at least […]

A step backward?

In working with colleagues about redesigning design (our goal is better incorporating learning science into practices), I had a realization. I frequently see in practice, […]

It’s complex

In a recent conversation, I was talking about good design. Someone asked a question, and I elaborated that there was more to consider. Pressed again, […]

Coping with information

I just finished reading Ross Dawson’s Thriving on Overload, and it’s a worthy read. The subtitle basically explains it: The 5 powers for success in a world […]

Vale Roger Schank

I’d first heard of Roger Schank’s work as an AI ‘groupie’ during my college years. His contributions to cognitive science have been immense. He was […]

Hyping the news

I just saw another of these ‘n things you must…if you…’ headlines, and as usual it had the opposite effect they intended. I guess I’m a contrarian, […]

Learners as learning evaluators

Many years ago, I led the learning design of an online course on speaking to the media. It was way ahead of the times in a […]

Debating debates

This is the year, at the LDA, of unpacking thinking (the broader view of my previous ‘exposure‘). The idea is to find ways to dig […]

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