Instructional Design

Experiments in Learning Design: Al + Id + Hn = Surprising Your Participants

On June 29, my book What’s Your Formula: Combine Learning Elements for Impactful Design, will finally be available. I’ve teased this before and I’ll write […]

Assessment and Evaluation in Learning

In the area of learning and development, assessment is often confused with evaluation. So, what is the difference? As a learning designer, how can you […]

The Rise Of America – Business Book Review

The 16th book I’ve finished this year so far is The Rise of America by Marin Katusa (also on Amazon). This one was a business […]

How to Turn Any Subject into a Microlearning Lesson

Though I don’t consider myself a professional instructional designer by any stretch of the imagination, I’ve still managed to absorb several training and development principles […]

What are some essential elements of effective sales training?

“Listen.” That was the response when I asked Challenger’s Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Spencer Wixom, what makes the difference between effective […]

Experiential Learning Is Changing the Way Businesses Develop Their Teams

When people think of learning, they often focus on knowledge acquisition. Furthering a person’s understanding of a topic by exposing them to more about it […]

CLARITY CONSULTANTS SUCCESS STORIES: CLARITY ASSISTS FORTUNE 500 COMPANY WITH CRITICAL TRAINING REQUIREMENT

The Challenge Helping a Fortune 500 Company Serve Customers Better The client is a leading Fortune 500 company that is dedicated to serving their customers […]

What are the keys to being more innovative with training design?

Seriously, what are they? I have my own thoughts, but one person’s innovation is another person’s silly idea. That’s why I’d love to hear your […]

The Forgotten Home Child – Fun Book Review

Another fun book finished and another great book I do recommend everyone reads. The book is The Forgotten Home Child by Genevieve Graham (also on […]

Screencast: Rollback Versions in Articulate Storyline 360

In this screencast, I’m showing you how to rollback to a previous version of Articulate Storyline 360. You can access the Storyline 360 Version History […]

Are You Really Failing, or Just Learning?

Are You Really Failing, or Just Learning?   I was recently reading ‘Melody Beatties ‘The Language of Letting Go; Daily Meditations’ book, and a particular […]

More Tips to Help You Improve Your *Medical* Memory (Part 2)

Nothing is ever achieved overnight when it comes to practicing, teaching, or learning in the medical field. Imagine standing in front of your instructor on […]

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