Theory or Research?

There’s a lot of call for evidence-based methods (as mentioned yesterday): L&D, learning design, and more. And this is a good thing. But…do you want […]

Dimensions of difficulty

As one of the things I talk about, I was exploring the dimensions of difficulty for performance that guide the solutions we should offer.  What […]

Reconciling Cognitions and Contexts

In my past two posts, I first looked at cognitions (situated, distributed, social) by contexts (think, work, and learn), and then the reverse. And, having […]

11 Ways To Grow Your Business and Sell more Online Courses in 2019

11 Ways To Grow Your Business and Sell more Online Courses in 2019 Can you believe that it’s 1st July already?!   Here we are at […]

Contexts By Cognitions

So, in my last post, I talked about exploring the links between cognitions on the one hand (situated, distributed, social), and contexts (aligning with how […]

Working virtually

Of late, I’ve been involved in two separate initiatives that are distributed, one nationally, one internationally. And, as with some other endeavors, I’ve been using […]

Cognitions By Contexts

I have, in the past, talked about the three cognitions: situated, distributed, and social. Similarly, I talk about aligning with the contexts: how we think, […]

Top 5 Things We are Looking Forward to at Realities360

In less than two weeks, Float will be attending the 2019 Realities360 conference in sunny San Jose, California. From June 25-27, there will be over […]

A very insightful framework

Jane Hart has just come up with something new and, to me, intriguing. Ok, so she’s a colleague from the Internet Time Alliance, and I’ve […]

Labels for what we do

Of late there’s been a resurrection of a long term problem. While it’s true for our field as a whole, it’s also true for the […]

How (Not) To Write Marketing Posts

You’ve seen my takedowns of various posts by now, and the flurry of fluff continues. It seems like there’s some baseline social media marketing course […]

To attract talent, corporations turn to MOOCs [Tyler Millward]

To attract talent, corporations turn to MOOCs — from edsurge.com by by Wade Tyler Millward Excerpt: When executives at tech giants Salesforce and Microsoft decided […]

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