Distraction

My last post was all about the ways in which familiarity can bring a sense of consistency to not only delivering online learning content, but […]

The Future of Learning: A Conversation with Jennifer Hofmann

New year, new vision! Training and Development is facing a fantastic future, thanks to the globalization, socialization, and mobilization of modern learners. Add to this ever-evolving […]

What’s a NGDLE?

I think we’re all interested in what our VLE or LMS will look like, or indeed what it should already look like. Whilst much has […]

Reading: Lurkers as invisible learners

I’ve always been annoyed at being called a ‘lurker’, it’s a term that has a different meaning for me when talking about the engagement, or […]

When PowerPoint goes bad

What are your pet peeves about using PowerPoint? Is it the tool itself or how people use it? I use PowerPoint, and think it is […]

Unicorn to Launch New Mobile Learning Reinforcement App at ATD 2017

Discover how your business can harness the power of informal learning when Unicorn Training launches its new Minds-i App at the ATD 2017 International Conference […]

3 Strategies for Prioritizing Your Own Learning Needs

As learning and training professionals, our job is to continually think about the learning needs of others. It can be tough to make time for […]

Do you use your VLE?

As the New Year arrives I’m finding my thoughts slowly getting back to thinking about things I’ve happily ignored for the last two weeks. After ignoring […]

Upload, not Unload

One issue I find with having a sizeable following on social media is that I don’t feel like I can show the kind of frustration that […]

WORKPLACE LEARNING IN A WORLD “BEYOND AUTOMATION”

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Dear Instructional Designer Show! Planning and Tracking Personal Learning

Following our interview with Mel Milloway, I thought we could spend some time thinking about how to plan and track personal learning work and increase […]

How ‘long’ is too ‘long’?

For a few years now I’ve been spouting the same lines when it comes to planning a video for an distance learning course or MOOC: “preferably […]

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