The Accessible “Zoomversity”

Is your virtual training accessible? Many of us, by now, have mastered the art of virtual in-person training (sometimes known as “Zoomversity.”) But now we […]

Online Training in the Time of COVID-19

This seems to be a boom time for elearning. With stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and the explosion of work-from-home, online training has experienced tremendous growth […]

Moving Elearning Beyond Interactive to Accessible

I recently talked with a colleague about a recent workshop on accessible elearning that a few colleagues and I held at the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference. […]

Takeaways from the 2020 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference

Last week I was at the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, presenting a workshop (with Jennifer Chadwick of SiteImprove) on accessible elearning (the resources are available […]

A Look Back (and Forward) at Ed-Tech Trends in L&D

This year starts a new decade (or ends one, but let’s not restart that argument). It is a great time to look ahead and see […]

Technology Drivers & Elearning|Takeaways from DevLearn 2019

Last month I was at DevLearn in Las Vegas. As usual for a really good conference, I left with a stretched mind and new perspectives […]

Effective Elearning and the Template Dilemma

Do you use templates when building elearning? I’m a big fan of templates (as I am of other methods of standardization). I love the idea […]

Should My Training Team Use a Style Guide?

Yes. Until next time, Kevin Okay, perhaps a bit more explanation. A style guide is just one form of documentation that I talked about last […]

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