Reflections on Learning Success

Dr. Joel Gardner's thoughts on instructional design, learning, and success.

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Episode 02: Getting the Most out of Your LMS​

As mentioned in a previous post, some of my coworkers and I recently started the Learning Lounge Podcast. Our goal is to share expertise about learning, […]

Podcast 01: Interactive Media in Higher Education

Some of my coworkers and I recently started the Learning Lounge Podcast. Our goal is to talk about learning, training, and instructional design issues, strategies, […]

Why You Should Study Human Performance Technology

I am teacher, trainer, and instructional designer at heart. However, over the last 5 years, I have been exposed to the principles of Human Performance […]

My First Book: GET IT DONE

Does it feel like you’re always working but never actually get anything accomplished? Do you wish you had more time to focus on the things […]

New Article: Applying Project Management Strategies in a Large Curriculum Conversion Project in Higher Education

My Franklin University colleagues and I have published an article on Project Management and Instructional Design in the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration. The […]

Conference Reflections - How Relevant is AECT?

My great friend and associate Dr. Lewis Chongwony just posted a GREAT reflection on his experiences at the international convention for the Association for Educational […]

Summit Notes: Essential Institutional Capacities to Lead Innovation

I recently attended the WECT 2017 Summit on Essential Institutional Capacities to Lead Innovation. It was a very good conference that shared some best practices in […]

Using Track Changes for Scholarly Writing

Very often in academic settings, there is a need to write collaboratively or provide feedback within a Word document. This can become very complex, but […]

Professional Development in Instructional Design

In the absence of growth, atrophy. The world is constantly changing, and as a learning professional, your role is constantly shifting. To remain relevant and […]

Notes on Innovation in Instructional Design

Innovation in instructional design generally revolves around three major areas: Technology, Process, and Theory. Technology - innovations in technology for learning typically yield several benefits: […]

The Critical Question: What Should I Do Right Now?

I just had an interesting and slightly stressful experience. Within about a 5 minute time period, I had the following take place: My brother contacted […]

The Importance of Balance

One thing I have been thinking a lot about is the need of balance in life. Just like Mr Miyagi taught Daniel in The Karate […]

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