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One Word Resolution (2023 Edition)

Ten years ago I stumbled upon another blog and read about something she was trying out: a one-word resolution for the next year. Being intentional […]

Gift Recommendations for Trainers and Instructional Designers

Are you looking for that perfect gift for the trainer or instructional designer in your life? Perhaps you feel you’ve done enough to earn a […]

Solving Training Challenges: Creating a Meaningful Reflection Opportunity in eLearning

Recently, we worked on a project creating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) training for youth. We were creating a flipped classroom curriculum consisting of three […]

Using xAPI to Collect Data on Learning Programs

Have you ever wished you could get more data from your elearning than just who logged in, who completed a course and whether someone passed […]

Using Elearning To Help Learners Experience An Unfamiliar Environment

What was the challenge? Like in so many elearning projects, we had a client who shared a PowerPoint deck with us and asked us to […]

Training and Professional Development is a Social Mission

I’ve worked in the nonprofit space for much of my career. Years ago when I wanted to make a transition into the world of corporate […]

Solving Training Challenges: Rise Character Counts

If you are an instructional designer who writes for Articulate Rise 360, chances are that you have scripted an interaction, only to find that your […]

Updating Training Materials That Seem Good Enough

Recently, a client asked me to review an existing training program and see what we might be able to do to improve it. When I […]

Matching Training Media and Delivery Format to Organizational Need

Last week I talked a bit about the importance of determining the intent of your learning needs (ie: do you just need to make people […]

How Job Aids Can Save Lives

On-demand training and just-in-time resources have been something we have been talking about in the podcast recently, and in today’s post, I’m going to move […]

Setting Bloom’s Taxonomy Aside

For decades, Bloom’s Taxonomy has been a go-to framework that has helped educators and training professionals think through goals and objectives for their programs. A […]

Storyline Blocks to the Rescue!

Making Rise Modules More Interactive Through Storyline Blocks Articulate Rise 360 is a fantastic authoring tool for creating eLearning quickly. It’s cloud based, easy to […]

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