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Can I take your order?

This is a question that you might hear in a fast food restaurant. However, when a request for training comes to the L&D team and […]

The Use Framework for performance solutions

Recently, I’ve been thinking about the work that we do within in the field of L&D. Usually, we add up all the ‘things’ we’ve produced […]

One more ‘Use’ word for L&D

Not long after publishing my previous post Three ‘Use’ words for L&D, it occurred to me that while these words relate to the learning solutions […]

Three ‘Use’ words for L&D

I’m currently completing an online course on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) via the Interaction Design Foundation. In one lesson, Prof Alan Dix talks about three ‘use’ […]

From Instruction to Experience

Recently, I’ve noticed a shift happening within the learning field. The role of Instructional Designer (ID) is evolving into a Learning Experience Designer (LXD). So, […]

Outcomes over outputs

In learning and development, we’re eager to tell others what it is we do, the services we provide, how we’re unique and who we serve. […]

At the coalface

I’ve said before that the role of learning and development is to support the people in our organisations who do the actual work. This isn’t […]

Labels

e-learning. Social learning. Game-based learning. Mobile learning. eLearning. Experiential learning. Micro learning. Just-in-time learning. Gamified learning. Self-directed learning. elearning. The learning field loves a label. […]

Happy New Year!

Another year begins. A fresh start. A new page. I’ve always liked this time of year because it feels like so much is possible. Looking […]

Taking up the Challenge

At the beginning of this year I wrote a to-do list of activities to develop my digital skills. One of the areas that I wanted […]

Looking Back at 2017

As the end of another year approaches, I like many bloggers look back on the year that was. It’s been a quieter year on the […]

A Little Help from Your Friends

I’m an advocate for continual skill development especially for people working in eLearning. Thankfully there’s lots of folks in this field who generously share their […]

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