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I know that online learning is not the same as reading a newspaper article or watching news online (or at least I hope not) but I have always been interested in the similarities of two of their associated professions  - instructional designer and journalist – especially how they are evolving; presenting meaningful content that elicits less passive and less controlled behaviors.

When it comes right down to it, both instructional designers and journalists are responsible for putting content on screens – just with different objectives (or at least I hope so).

Three similarities (or challenges if you like) caught my eye this week while consuming “news.” They strike me as key to the evolution of L&D.

1.) Recognition of societies dwindling attention span.

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