#574 Wave: Accessibility evaluator

Since 2018 there has been legislation and guidelines introduced to direct web content to be as accessible as possible and new guidelines were introduced. One […]

How to Lead Your Remote Team

The snowball effect has been in full force. First, Facebook made a work from home announcement, then Google, Twitter, and Salesforce followed up with policies of their […]

How to Fix An Underperforming Team in No Time

Joey was an experienced manager at a mid-sized company. When his team missed its mark in the first year, he made a myriad of excuses. […]

The California Consumer Privacy Act is Here

Posted by Jamie Armstrong It is safe to say that the last couple of years have been extremely busy in the world of privacy. Organizations […]

Standards for Online Learning Updated for First Time Since 2011

One of the authors of the updated standards says they reflect the growing importance of digital accessibility and student engagement in online courses.

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 3/18/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: How design reviews enhance your learning programs tips on how to approach training for managers examples […]

Why Great Leaders Don’t Care About Being Friends First

It’s human nature to want to be liked. While there is nothing wrong with this desire, it may be hurting your ability to lead others effectively.  Take Susan, a […]

Asking Questions and Envisioning Instruction for the ELAR TEKS

The K-8 ELAR TEKS (English Language Arts and Reading Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills) adopted in 2017 will be implemented in the fall of this […]

Amid Low Adoption, DoD R&D Will Keep xAPI Alive And That’s Good News

The evolution of technological innovation and standards, to this day, including commercial variations, owes the military industrial complex a great deal of gratitude. Corporations continue […]

Seven Reasons Why Open Educational Resources Are The Wise Way To Go In Moodle

To encourage the use —and help dispel some myths— of Open Educational Resources, particularly in the Ontario region, government-funded NGO Contact North has published a […]

New Ohio Law Focuses on Computer Science, Lets Students Avoid Algebra 2

An Ohio law gives students the right to opt out of Algebra 2 -- a staple of high school math - if they take computer […]

Discovering Instructional Design 6: Developing Objectives

Continuing this E-Learning Curve Blog series on Instructional Design. Today I'm going to discuss Describing the Target Audience and Objectives Writing Continue Reading → The […]

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