Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

The Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson provides weekly thought leadership on eLearning development, performance support, and how to get better results from corporate learning.

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Posts by Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

Why Gamification Doesn't Mean Serious Games

Clients often come us to develop their learning solution saying they already know what they want. They want gamification. We ask what they mean by […]

Maximize Learning With a Training Needs Assessment

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Using the Scrum Process to Manage eLearning Projects

Introduction Let’s face it: as helpful as ADDIE is as an instructional design methodology, it doesn't really guide the the project management process. That’s because […]

Revisiting SXSW: Training Design Ideas From Surprising Sources

As innovation in technology continues to skyrocket, organizations and their people experience change at an unprecedented pace, leaving everyone a bit weary just trying to […]

7 Creative Ways To Make The Most Of eLearning Pre-Assessments

 How much do your online learners really know, and how well are they able to apply it in the real world? That’s the million-dollar question […]

Cognitive Bias in Learning: An Overview

What Are Cognitive Biases? Our brains receive non-stop input from all five senses every moment we are awake. In the face of this enormous amount […]

5 Tips For Using Knowledge Transfer To Strengthen Your Organization

If, on their last day of employment before retiring, an employee tried to walk out the door with their laptop, what would happen? Even if […]

Scenario Based Learning: Choose Your Own Learning Adventure

  “Experience is the best teacher,” they say.

How Microlearning Can Improve Your Training Program

In a quest for new approaches to training, we are often tempted to turn to the latest trend or technology, thinking one of them must […]

Sharing Freely: Learning & Development Resolutions for 2019

Henry Kingman Instructional Designer My resolution for 2019 as an instructional designer is to always go one step further. Whether I’m brainstorming solutions, designing meaningful […]

11 Ways To Create Learning Experiences That Work

How many times have you completed a training exercise, returned to the job to apply your new knowledge and thought, “Wait, how do I do […]

Why Conducting an Audience Analysis Improves Your Training Outcomes

Assumptions. We all make them, and sometimes we have to. But, most people would probably agree - if you have the means to gather the […]

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