WRONG: The Animal You Spot First Says a Lot About Your Personality

Approximate Reading Time: 1 minute No, it doesn’t. Sheesh. However, it says a LOT about the graphic design. The lion has a lovely DARK frame […]

YAY! Open Access ~~NOT~~

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes So, I’ve been an editor for a pay to publish journal. It actually wasn’t clear to me that they WERE […]

QUIZ: Is it Plagiarism? – Not So Fast!

I cam across this quiz from the EasyBib Blog today. I have some problems with it. Think you can identify plagiarism like a pro? See […]

Why does the LMS report a Success criteria of “Unknown” for a quiz that I fail using SCORM 2004?

Hello – I am having a problem using SCORM 2004 when I publish. When a learner fails my quiz, I am getting “unknown” returned as […]

Top 6 LMS Administrator Fails and How to Avoid Them

Are you heading towards a LMS slip-up? Everybody makes a mistake occasionally, but when you are working with an LMS it could impact thousands of […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 08/14/17

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: the future of digital learning the growth of wearable technology in manufacturing why training can fail […]

Why getting your first sale is key

Without paying customers your business cannot succeed in the long-term. Yet it’s likely when you first start your business you’ll start by spending money (not […]

Why most entrepreneurs fail

Did you know that most entrepreneurs fail because they create a product that no one wants? That’s right. They create something that they thought was a […]

Goal: Share Your Failure Story

Welcome to Cycle 7 of The 30 Goals Challenge: Make it Meaningful! “Failure is simply an opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.” – Henry […]

Where is the Value-Added in the Flipped Classroom?

I’ve been pondering the concept of the “flipped classroom” for some time now. This article speaks to a lot of the things I’ve been thinking. […]

Worth Sharing: The Post-Mortem on the APA’s Dead-On-Arrival Policy Statement On Video Games | Christopher J. Ferguson

Anyone else see the irony in the fact that violence and video games prompts so much anger? This ‘debate’ (I hesitate to call it a debate because […]

Can Badges and Leaderboards make Low-Income Students Participate more in Campus life?

An article about how a “gamified” interface to campus life is supposed to help low-income students (can you tell I’m skeptical?). Here’s what they do: […]

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