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Emotion, or motivation, or…

I’ve been promoting the importance of the emotional ‘hook’. Which I was called out on, rightly. I freely admit that the phrase is less than […]

Activities ‘beyond the course’

So, somehow I got on Myra Roldan‘s #MyraMonday question list. She asks a question every Monday, dobbing in some likely (or, in my case, gullible) […]

2022 ITA Jay Cross Memorial Award: Céline Shillinger

Harold Jarche’s elegantly crafted announcement: The Internet Time Alliance Memorial Award, in memory of Jay Cross, is presented to a workplace learning professional who has contributed […]

LXD by Design

Learning Experience Design (LXD), I argue, is the elegant integration of learning science with engagement. All well and good, of course, but how do you […]

Reality Checks

Of late, there seem to be a rising number of claims: for X or Y, or against Z. This, by the way, happens outside L&D […]

Critical ID/LXD Differences?

I’ve argued both that Learning Experience Design (LXD) is an improvement on Instructional Design (ID), and that LXD is the elegant integration of learning science with […]

Shameless self-promotion

We interrupt your usual blog fodder with this commercial announcement. Our programming will resume after this break: Ok, well, there actually is some shame. I […]

What’s In It For Them?

One of the things I talk about in my most recent book, Make It Meaningful, is the importance of communicating the WIIFM (What’s In It For […]

The ‘late adopter’ strategy

I was asked about the latest techno-hype, bionic reading. At the same time, there’s a discussion happening about learning affordances of the metaverse. I realize […]

The cognitive basis of LXD

When ATD asked me to write the learning science book, I’d already had the intention of writing a Learning Experience Design (LXD) book. I’d even […]

Gamification or…

On my walk yesterday, I was reflecting on our You Oughta Know with Christy Tucker (a great session, as usual), who talked about scenarios. It got […]

Why L&D isn’t better

As I’ve noted before, someone on LinkedIn asked a question, and it’s prompting a reply. In this case, the question was in response to my […]

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