Learning Dispatch

Learning Development news, commentary and thoughts from the learning development team at Microassist.

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Empowering Learning Development Project Managers 

 Two Types of Power to Move Your Learning Development Project Forward What Does a Project Manager Do, Anyway?  We’ve talked about project management quite a […]

The SME Role in Course Development

What Does a Subject Matter Expert Do, Anyway? SMEs May or May Not Be Instructors Subject matter expertise can be part and parcel of instructing. […]

Send Us—and Accessible Elearning Development—to SXSW EDU 2018!

“Upvote” Our SXSW EDU 2018 Workshop: “Online Learning for Everyone! Designing for Access” Friends and partners, we have a chance to present an accessible elearning […]

“E-Learning for All” — A TD Magazine Article

Time- and Cost-Effective Ways to Make E-Learning Usable by Everyone Microassist Senior Learning Architect Kevin Gumienny was recently featured in TD Magazine, ATD’s award-winning monthly magazine that […]

The Indispensable Role of Clients in Learning Projects

The Client Role in Learning Development: How Much Do You Really Need to Be Involved, Anyway? If you engage a learning company to help create […]

Game-Based Learning: How to Give Your Learners a Safe Place to Fail

Ethan Edwards of Allen Interactions likes to make the point that we can’t make people learn. You can’t learn someone to do something. You have […]

Elearning Development Resources: Develop the Elearning Your Program Deserves

We had a great turnout during our recent webinar, Develop the Elearning Your Project Deserves—for the Training Results You Want.   As promised, here are […]

Develop the Elearning Your Program Deserves—for the Training Results You Want

Tuesday, June 27, 2017, 11 am ET / 10 am CT / 8 am PT  |  COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR Understand the Skills You Need to Launch a Public Sector Elearning Training […]

Instructional Designer and Course Developer: One Person or Two?

Why Use Both an Instructional Designer and a Course Developer: Won’t One Person Suffice? Continuing our discussion about roles in a training team, this month we’re looking […]

The Importance of Using Roles When Developing Learning

Make Your Course Creation Process Repeatable with Clearly Designated Roles I often say that each person on a learning development team plays a different role. I’ve discussed […]

Room Rental Questions for a Successful Training Program Roll Out

When you are planning a software training program roll out, you initially concentrate on what you are going to teach—objectives, curriculum, instructors. However, getting the […]

Elearning Trends: Is New Really Better?

Tell Us Your Thoughts! Are You Adopting Up and Coming Elearning Technologies in 2017? This is the time of year for reports to come out; […]