How to Use Context to Create Meaning in Learning Games

By Ellen Burns-Johnson, Instructional Designer / @ellenBjohnson 

4 Use Cases for Enterprise Wearable Technology

Wearables at home, wearables at work, wearables everywhere - we get it. But are you ready to discover what some of the most pivotal uses […]

How To Leverage Mobile For Effective Performance Support

Don't push mobile to the back burner yet. Read up on these 3 major components that will help you deliver performance support in the best […]

Capture those tasks!

I have many things in my life which I enjoy doing ranging from writing these waffles to streaming games and making YouTube videos. I am […]

Making a Simple Prototype

This week's challenge is to create a course prototype about fall prevention. I whipped up some stick figures and made it happen. Read more...

Seriously – How Do You Navigate This Course?

For this week's challenge I found a guy with the qualifications to write a prescription for better navigation instructions and look good doing it. Read more...

Buttoned-Down Design (+Free Storyline 2 File!)

This week's challenge is create some cool buttons. I kept it quick and made some animated ones.  Read more...

Storyline 1 to 2: Parisian Passport Makeover Edition

I did a makeover of my quirky little passport application demo - taking it from Storyline 1 to a jet-fueled Storyline 2. Read more...

Press Release: CHAMPIONS – A Framework for Improving Worker Performance Through Emerging Technology

Float and Qualcomm Learning Center aim to help organizations increase productivity by blending technological innovation with human performance.

Context in e-Learning Design: From Routine To Remarkable

By Ethan Edwards, Chief Instructional Strategist On Sunday I had the privilege of being in the audience at the final performance of The Chicago Lyric Opera’s […]

Keeping It Odd

This week's challenge is to create an odd course title screen. Mine features some local talent. Read more...

Build & Share Your Own Image Library!

This challenge is to create e-learning images to share. I grabbed my camera and started shooting. Read more...

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