Planning for Transfer

Stocksnap When I reflect about the goal of all learning and education, it is primarily to cause individual, organizational or community-level change. However, it is […]

What is learning?

Source: https://stocksnap.io A few months ago, as a part of a course that I was undertaking, the facilitator posed a simple question in the online […]

Cathedral Thinking - Designing for the Next Century

“Though there are many instances to which Cathedral Thinking can be applied, they all require the same foundation: a far-reaching vision, a well thought-out blueprint, […]

Alignment and Authenticity in Learning

Source: Rawpixel.com When it comes to designing learning experiences for the 21st century learner, two factors seem critical: Alignment and Authenticity. 1) Alignment - Most people associate […]

Why We Need Learning Theories

I often find myself engaged in a discussion around the importance of learning theories. Newcomers to the industry are curious about why training design should […]

Using audio in digital learning and stories

I’ve been puzzled and frustrated by the use of audio in rapid elearning products for a long time. It’s not that I dislike all audio, […]

Learning, design, and curated resources

Content curation to me is not just one thing or one methodology. I see content curation as different techniques for using (and sometimes modifying) already existing resources rather than creating from new. […]

If the product works, but what about the people?

This is probably going to be an even more incoherent ramble than normal but I have been trying to write posts around a number of […]

Course Design in practice

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of spending the day with Head of Business School, Jeremy Richards to go through the course […]

Using Trello for learning design

I was introduced to Trello last year by my colleague Jim Emery. For those of you unfamiliar with it,  Trello is a “free, flexible, and […]

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