Instructional Design

Ep. 33 | How Numerology Can Help Every Course Creator Succeed, with Ann Perry

How Numerology Can Help Every Course Creator Succeed, with Ann Perry Numerology can give you a feeling power and control, because it lets you know […]

The Monsters We Don’t See

It is Halloween week! While this year’s Halloween will look different than previous years, one of the ways we can always connect is with stories. […]

How to Engage Learners

When it comes to how to engage learners, finding the magical formula can seem like catching a mythical creature. In theory, it is absolutely attainable, […]

5 Good Books for Trainers

Over the past several weeks, I’ve had the good fortune to be able to speak with a number of authors who have written books on […]

Can Curiosity Be Taught?

Like many other parents right now, I have children at home who are learning online. While our school is doing a good job with this […]

Trainer’s Guides for Zoom and GoToTraining

In the spring, the whole world seemed to need to move to online meetings and virtual training, almost overnight. On April 1, we asked Train […]

Troubleshooting for Trainers

Do you walk into every training development project knowing exactly what needs to happen to make it a success? If you are like me, probably […]

What can trainers steal from online, k-12 instruction?

Back in March, schools abruptly closed and went online. It was a messy experience for students, teachers and parents. This fall however, many schools and […]

Resources for an eLearning Department of One (podcast)

What is the size of your training department? The biggest team I have ever worked in has been ten people. I was at a worldwide […]

Top 200 Tools for Learning in 2020

Last week I shared several tools that I’ve found my children’s teachers using for online school activities that I thought could be helpful for those […]

Learning Campaigns (podcast)

What is it like to be on the other side of the training? In other words, do your participants have a working world that lives […]

Taking on the Unexpected

Many of us are being asked to do things that we don’t normally do. Maybe it is working from home while the dog barks at […]

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