BALDT 2017 Learning Design Hackathon Wrap up

After running a successful hackathon event last year, this year the Bay Area Learning Design & Technology Meetup team expanded on their hackathon concept from […]

Seeing how it all fits together – a timeline for Art History

Last year Professor Liz James (Art History) received a Digital Practice Award. The purpose of the funding was to give staff the opportunity to develop […]

Designing better eLearning courses

It's well known among learning professionals that today's learners are more distracted and less engaged. When learners are distracted by smartphones, emails and the internet, how […]

Blended Learning 101: Basics, Benefits & Best Practices

According to our research, the overwhelming majority of organizations use a blended learning strategy to deliver training. Blended learning is the norm, not the exception. This […]

How to Successfully Implement a Training Program

There are many famous quotes about planning – or the failure to plan. I like this one as it relates to the implementation of anything: […]

The Forgetting Curve: What It Is and Why It Matters

If you’ve been in the industry long enough, you’ve probably heard about (drum roll please) the forgetting curve. It’s an often-used, and sometimes over-used concept […]

Emerging Learning Technologies: Promise vs. Hype

Go to any of the big L&D conferences or trade shows and you’ll hear buzz and conversation about virtual reality, augmented reality, and 360 video. […]

Microlearning: The Misunderstood Buzzword

In case you’ve been under a rock the last year, Microlearning is THE new buzzword for training.   Tony Bingham stood on the stage at […]

On-demand webinars: Learning Design

This week, Karen Quinton, Head of Cursim, hosted the fourth webinar in our learning design webinar series. This webinar series has covered macro, backwards and evidence-based […]

Situational Leadership & Workplace Learning

I have shared in multiple posts that leadership in organizations plays an important role in employees’ performance support including their learning. I recently attended a […]

Active Learning, Feedback and Learning Spaces – TEL joins in @SussexUni Away Days

Technology Enhanced Learning are always keen to be involved in school specific events and this year we have been pleased to be invited to contribute […]

the language matters of digital pedagogy and learning wheels

I’ve said it before… ……….will say it again…              …….language matters! Neil Postman – not from the prescient Amusing Ourselves […]

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