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Realities of Engaging Neurodiverse Students in Higher Education During COVID 

“Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine.” Attributed to Alan Turing, as depicted […]

Avoiding Project Failure when Managing a Problem Project

Oh, the ill-fated project. You know what I mean: the one your boss’ boss wants you to manage although it makes no sense, the project […]

Six Questions with Clark Quinn

Editor’s Note – Introducing Six Questions: Earlier this year, I interviewed several leaders in the field of learning and development to get their perspectives on, […]

Elearning & Online Accessibility Tools for Training & HR Leaders

How to engage all your learners when faced with moving training online? Training Managers have a lot to do – especially as you have team […]

Project Spotlight: Verbal De-escalation Training for the National Center for Campus Public Safety

The following summarizes Microassist’s work developing a Verbal De-escalation training program for the National Center for Campus Public Safety. The project was recognized with the […]

A Look Back (and Forward) at Ed-Tech Trends in L&D

This year starts a new decade (or ends one, but let’s not restart that argument). It is a great time to look ahead and see […]

Effective Elearning and the Template Dilemma

Do you use templates when building elearning? I’m a big fan of templates (as I am of other methods of standardization). I love the idea […]

Should My Training Team Use a Style Guide?

Yes. Until next time, Kevin Okay, perhaps a bit more explanation. A style guide is just one form of documentation that I talked about last […]

The Training Manager’s Introduction to Accessible Elearning [Infographic]

This “Training Manager’s Introduction to Accessible Elearning” infographic explains why accessible elearning—online training that provides a welcoming (rather than frustrating) experience for all—is an important […]

The 5 W’s of Training Rollouts

Launch a Series of Trainings to Better Equip Your Team. Here’s How to Get Started. Organizing a training rollout is a complex task, but a […]

3 Big Takeaways from Last Year’s Learning Development Projects

We recently did a retrospective of our 2018 projects, which got me thinking about the lessons that I’d like to carry into 2019 (and beyond). […]

Accessible Elearning Insights Gleaned from Dutch Municipality Website Audits

What can training program managers learn from a study of Dutch government websites? Their website audits reveal five insights (at least) to consider when building […]

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