The challenges in gathering training data

After weeks of prep and implementation, your training strategy is off and running and seems to be a success. But you’re not done yet. Odds […]

Leveraging Effective L&D Modes to Improve Organizational Culture and Retention

One of the greatest challenges organizations face when creating learning and development programs is a lack of engagement from their learners. Traditionally, L&D has been […]

Debunking Common Myths About UDL

Debunking Common Myths About UDL—Infographic Debunking the common myths and misconceptions about Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Separating UDL fact from fiction. You may know […]

Here’s a nice moderator checklist, courtesy of Eva Keiffenheim

Here’s a nice moderator checklist, courtesy of Eva Keiffenheim — from her Learn Letter, dated 1/12/22 Also see the following item from Eva Keiffenheim: Four […]

Microlearning Best Practices: Revolutionizing Your Training in 2022

Recently, microlearning has become a go-to strategy for organizations looking to create engaging development solutions without overwhelming their learners. Simply put, microlearning is the use […]

What is Adult Learning?

Have you ever put together a really good training program and then wondered what made it so good? What was it about your training program […]

When The Traditional Storyboard Meets The Micro Storyboard

Each kind of storyboard has its purpose but in this age of rapid timelines and short attention spans, I want to introduce you to an […]

Critical Choices And Decisions: Part 1

This two-part series explores the pros and cons of the choices learning designers make and the choices they provide to learners. This post was first […]

Benefits of AI for educators and learners [Lynch]

Benefits of AI for educators and learners — from thetechedvocate.org by Matthew Lynch Excerpt: Artificial intelligence tech brings a lot of benefits to different fields, […]

How to Structure An Online Course

If you structure an online course well, you’ll keep people engaged Have you ever sat in a lecture – clearly presented by an expert – […]

Instructional strategies to make your knowledge workers love learning [CommLab India]

Instructional strategies to make your knowledge workers love learning — from blog.commlabindia.com Excerpt: As a training manager, you need to step up your game to […]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored [McMurtrie]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored — from chronicle.com by Beth McMurtrie There’s a whole literature on what works. But it’s not making […]

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