Rethinking the Business of Learning

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My Top 6 Highlights from DevLearn

Last week I was at DevLearn 2018. This is the premier technology-based conference for designers, developers, and leaders in workplace learning and development. I love […]

4 Things Hurricane Florence Reminds Us About How People Learn

I moved to North Carolina about 3 weeks ago. Prior to that I’ve lived in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and Michigan, so I’m used to big snow […]

Do You Need to Have Learning Objectives for Microlearning?

TLDC (Training, Learning, and Development Community) hosts a daily Cast – a conversation with a guest about some aspect of training and development. It’s a […]

The Importance of Feedback in Shaping Performance

My son is five years old so he’s learning something new every day. Watching him learn often makes me reflect on things we do – […]

“Because It’s Cool” is Not a Business Driver

Last week I was in Chicago teaching a Mobile Learning Certificate program for ATD (the Association for Talent Development). We talked about all the reasons […]

Lecturing Isn’t Necessarily a Bad Idea – Part 2: The Expert Learner

I recently read “How Well Do We Learn From Experiential Or Inquiry Learning Approaches?” by Patti Shank. It’s an excellent article where she compares direct […]

Lecturing Isn’t Necessarily a Bad Idea – Part 1: The Novice Learner

I just read “How Well Do We Learn From Experiential Or Inquiry Learning Approaches?” by Patti Shank. It’s an excellent article where she compares direct […]

Use It or Lose It: A Lesson for Instructional Designers

I was cleaning out my basement and found the notes and articles I’d kept from my last college degree. Just by the fact that I […]

Performance Support Isn’t Just for Newbies

I was on a flight recently and I was sitting close enough to the front that I could see the flight attendant looking at her […]

Get Your Learners Back to Work!

Josh Bersin recently wrote something I found particularly profound:  “In the consumer world we want people to spend more and more time on our content. […]

Smart Proposals vs. Smart Vendors: Can You Tell the Difference?

In the quest to find the right eLearning vendor, it’s all too easy for a project sponsor be seduced by a proposal that sounds too […]

How Well Do You Know the Modern Learner?

There is a modern learner reality unfolding around you, presenting training implications you must understand. Tour our mini-explainer series to find out what makes these […]

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