NIIT - Future of Training Deisgn

This blog is dedicated to advancing the state of the art in instructional design. In it we will share and discuss ideas that excite us: some proven, some speculative, some completely off the wall. The idea is to help connect people and ideas in a way that leads to future innovation–and to have some fun while we’re at it. Please join us!

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Posts by NIIT - Future of Training Deisgn

Back in My Day, Games were Hard

Gregg Collins recently posted about How Games Drive Learning. He also linked to “Does Easy Do It? Children, Games, and Learning,” an article by Seymour […]

XFinity UX – Too Many Clicks

At home I have the new Xfinity cable/DVR boxes. They just updated their User Interface. One of the things they did, which I felt was […]

Social Learning: Beware the Hype Machine

“Social Learning” is something I hear a lot about from our clients and elsewhere. But what it is exactly is tough to say. Everyone has […]

Harvard Prof Stops Lecturing, Embraces Peer-to-peer

Eric Mazur is a physics professor at Harvard whose energetic, charismatic style has made him a popular teacher for decades.  A few years ago, Mazur suddenly renounced his typical […]

Killing the Next Button: Navigating eLearning Courses by Scrolling

You know the drill: open an eLearning course, interact with a screen’s worth of content, and then click Next. But is horizontal navigation really the […]

Osmo: truly blended training

This looks very interesting and promising. While positioned as an educational toy for children, it’s relatively easy to imagine applications in a corporate world (e.g., […]

An Open Source eLearning Tool

It seems everyone is never totally happy with their development tools. Be they off-the-shelf (e.g., Lectora, Storyline, et al) or custom. Off-the-shelf is expensive and […]

Was he trained to do this?

This is a really interesting documentation of “when customer service goes wrong.” We’ve done a lot of work with call centers (not, I should underline, […]

Cheap seat time

To process my grief over the imminent end of the season, I’ve been reflecting on baseball’s lessons for instructional designers. (Stick with me.) Baseball—distinctively among major American […]

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