sounds of silence #DigiResHull

Silence has a language of its own. We say a lot without speaking. Bodies, faces, clothes, all give clues. Some messages are intentional like a smile […]

Budgeting for eLearning

Start Here: Select Your Learning Level When organizations reach out to me for a quote on eLearning design, the first question I often ask is: […]

Are VR and AR Ready for Primetime in L&D?

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Development Time for Corporate Learning: A Reality Check

A frequent part of my job is answering the question, “How long will that take?” And my answer is based […] The post Development Time […]

How to Take a Learning Experience From Miserable to Memorable

Imagine you own a travel business. You decide to specialize in trips to Europe. It’s up to you to define […] The post How to […]

25 Design Thinking Resources for Corporate Learning Professionals

In this article, we’ve compiled 25 of our favorite design thinking resources—from inspiration and worksheets to academic research. For learning professionals, design thinking […] The post 25 Design […]

The 3 Levels of Adaptive Learning

The current buzz around adaptive learning is fueled by our collective fascination with algorithms, big data, and machine learning. The […] The post The 3 […]

Why You Need a Learning Journey Map

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Troubling boundaries (and cats)

Where my research is concerned, I have trouble with boundaries I’ve said this before (Know Your Limits) and am likely to do so again. It’s […]

8 Workplace Learning Bloggers You Need to Follow

English poet John Donne famously wrote that “no man is an island.” He was expressing how human beings do poorly in isolation—and that can especially […]

The 3 Levels of Adaptive Learning

The current buzz around adaptive learning is fueled by our collective fascination with algorithms, big data, and machine learning. The idea of creating a totally […]

the naughty no of image theft

https://pixabay.com/en/warning-shield-risk-attention-838655/ So yesterday, I attended a presentation about student blogging in a module for summative assessment. It was a brilliant example of teaching and learning […]

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