What's Organizational Intellectricity & Why Does It Matter?

What’s going to make the difference for an organization? These days, it’s about two things: optimal execution and continual innovation. And I think about those […]

Training is Organizational Change

In Implementing E-Learning, Jay Cross and Lance Dublin suggested that implementing eLearning was an organizational change. That is, the introduction of any such program requires […]

Course Design Working Retreat

The Center for innovative learning has helped instructors create rich, active classroom environments which support meaningful student learning, the kind that changes the way students […]

The Docebo Discovery Lab: The Experience Is Everything

Uncover how Docebo’s unparalleled product experience comes to life. You’re about to try a new restaurant that a friend has been talking up and you […]

Supporting (Gig) Employee Performance

The Gig Economy is a thing. What I mean here is that there are an increasing number of companies using independent contractors instead of employees. […]

Instructional Design for Fort Worth MD

The Center for Innovative Learning (CIL) employs instructional designers with expertise in a wide range of instructional solutions, from the traditional to the cutting edge. […]

How training sets the stage for your customer experience

Training is more than we often think it is. It’s a way to teach standards, procedures, processes. It’s also a way to lead by example to […]

Learning Goals and Objectives in Course Design

Learning goals are broad, general statements of what we want our students to learn and provide: Direction, Focus, and Cohesion Setting goals gives us a […]

What works and what doesn’t?

Re-reading an old post by Melissa Milloway, about her eLearning 10 pet-peeves, reminded my of a post I started and never finished last year. Here […]

Course design – it’s as easy as ABC….

Last week as part of the TLC/LTI Atlas programme we were delighted to host Clive Young and Natasa Perovic from UCL’s Digital Education Advisory Team […]

Emotion in learning (Part 2)

Before reading this post, please take a few minutes to read Part 1 for important context and info on why emotion is so important to […]

Emotion in learning (Part 1)

The secret behind learning design? Emotion. You know the old saying:"leave the emotion out of it." I'm here to advise you to leave the emotion in, […]

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