Using States in Storyline 360 to Fix Missing Digit in Output

I really enjoyed working with Storyline 360 to create a recent prototype interaction of an analog clock. If you missed the post, check it out […]

How To Create State Changes with Grouped Objects in Storyline

As some of you know, I’m a big advocate for participating in the Articulate Challenges over at the e-Learning Heroes forum. One of the challenges […]

Gold from Straw: Creating Your Own Meaning

Personal learning is a form of assembly, where we find, evaluate, use or discard things we encounter on our way. More often than not, though. we […]

My Top 10 (and a half) Learning Tools, 2015

Jane Hart, at the Center For Learning & Performance Technologies (@C4LPT), is a leading contributor to our industry (used in the broadest sense). One of […]

WOL concerns, blow-by-(glass)blow counters

I had the pleasure of being able to share some ideas and practices about Working Out Loud/Showing Your Work (WOL) the other day with a […]

Video Contribution to #WOLweek

Here is my first iMovie effort and it’s talking about my current work project and some of the challenges we face down the road. Yes, […]

Jumping in on #wolweek

I’m happy to be a small part of this global effort to increase awareness of Working Out Loud (w.k.a. #WOL) and Showing Your Work. “Working […]

Expertise and Novelty: Taking action when facing the unknown

I have come to rely on and enjoy several regularly occurring Twitterstorms (or chats, or flurries – there are several terms I’ve seen applied). Last […]

It’s Our Move: All learning is akin to chess learning

Chess is a game of constant striving, where even the greatest mastery is put to the test in search of constant improvement. Shouldn’t workplace learning […]

Eat the cookie dough! Half-baked ideas are welcome.

My friend David and I took an epic road trip many years ago, the kind that can only be made by the young and foolish: […]

Little ol’ me on a big, big stage Down Under

I am thrilled and humbled to share the news that I have accepted an invitation to speak at the 2015 EduTECH congress in Brisbane, AU, […]

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