Complexity in Learning Design

I recently mentioned that one of the problems with research is that things are more interconnected than we think. This is particularly true with cognitive […]

Don’t Use Design Exercises for Design Job Interviews

Introduction I was recently tasked with doing a “design challenge” as part of an job interview for an instructional design (ID) position. Initially, I thought […]

Key Skills For Instructional Designers

One of the fastest growing professions in education today is the Instructional Designer. These individuals have been critical to the learning success we’ve all had […]

Iterating and evaluating

I’ve argued before about the need for evaluation in our work. This occurs summatively, where we’re looking beyond smile sheets to actually determine the impact […]

When "Choice Gives Voice" - Universal Design for Learning

Image by Arek Socha from Pixabay  "CHOICE gives VOICE" - This was the phrase used by Carolee Clyne and Helena Prins as they facilitated the FLO Course I […]

Meta-Analysis Review: 4 Actually Replicated Insights In Elearning, Ready For Your Practice

Science learning based on local wisdom, to raise awareness of environmental issues. VR technology at the service of feedback. Bet on learner personality over the […]

Top 300 Tools for Learning 2021 [Hart]

Top 300 Tools for Learning 2021 — from toptools4learning.com by Jane Hart Excerpt: 2021 was the YEAR OF DISRUPTION! There were a substantial number of new tools […]

Interactive keyboard projection mapping

#augmentedreality #xr #ar #future #piano #music #tech #engineering #design Interactive keyboard projection mapping with @m_audio using @notchvfx & @touchdesigner by @foraus .inc Image/video credits: @vr_accelerator […]

Making it Meaningful

I volunteer for our local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT; and have learned lots of worthwhile things). On a call, our local organizer mentioned that […]

How Adults Learn Differently Than Children

Source Adult Learning (Andragogy) vs. Child Learning (Pedagogy) For many scholars, the terms andragogy and pedagogy are synonymous. In this piece, I attempt to tease […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/30/21

Over 18 months ago I updated the opening copy for my weekly curation to highlight resources that can help us navigate the pandemic, as well […]

Design for Non-Designers – Contrast

Whenever I hear the word ‘contrast’, I always remember the old colour TV I grew up with in the 70’s (yes I know […] The […]

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