Learning Snippets

A diary of sorts about what I'm learning about learning.

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50 big ideas to change L and D

learningsnippets: This is an amazing post from Andrew. Everyone working in the Learning and Development space should read it. Change is not always easy but […]

Enhancing Learning Experiences

At a recent L&D Meetup, we were talking to each other about what we’d been working on since we last caught up. A couple of […]

Next OzLearn Tweet Chat

On Tuesday 11th March at 8:00pm AEDST (UTC +11hrs), @OzLearn is having its next monthly twitter chat. The topic for the chat is based on […]

Need for Cognition

The topic for this post comes from what I discovered about Need for Cognition (NFC) during my Educational Psychology studies in late 2013. I found […]

Ultimate Personalisation

A few weeks ago, I read a blog post by Andrew Jacobs called Turn and Face the Strain. It was about the lack of ability […]

Outputs vs. Outcomes

“Understanding the difference between outcomes and outputs is important. Outputs relate to what we do. Outcomes refer to what difference is there? Outputs include: Facilitating […]

2013: My Blog Writing Rookie Year

I’ve never kept a diary or journal before and I’ve never been one to write on a regular basis, let alone make it publicly available on […]

From Virtual to Physical Connections

On Wednesday the 4th of December 2013, the first Newcastle Meetup group of learning professionals took place in a local pub. It was a new experience for […]

Showing My Work #3

The Showing My Work series of posts are what I’m using to ‘narrate’ the projects that I’m working on or have developed. I believe that […]

Becoming an eLearning Professional

A few weeks ago I was contacted by Christopher Pappas via e-mail and he asked if I would be interested in contributing to an eBook […]

Letting go of Learning Styles

I’ve been thinking about writing this post about learning styles for a while now. It’s an area that I’m sure everyone in the training and […]

Improving Learner Motivation for eLearning

Motivation has been and continues to be a widely studied area across many of life’s domains. Motivation is the energising force that initiates and sustains behaviour […]

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