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Imagine a trainer at the front of the room responding to a participant’s comment by saying nothing more than “You’re right!”
Adobe Captivate is a great tool with tons of functionality, but you should absolutely avoid this one feature at all costs, unless you enjoy massive headaches and loads of rework! With so many learning tools out there, it is common to integrate a few of them for online learning.
I just came across a real gem of a letter on Letters of Note (a blog that’s definitely worth a look), sent by C.S. Lewis to a young American fan in 1956.
In many ways, good instructional design is just common sense, combined with decades of observation about what works and what doesn’t when teaching adult learners. Here are 10 basic tips to sharpen your own training programs:
Takeaway: When you need a bit more functionality than Print Screen and Paint offer, one of these screen capture tools will come in handy. Screen captures aren’t just for tech writers anymore.
No doubt you’ve heard at least a whisper about HTML5 over the last year. It’s a Flash-killer.
Months before finishing graduate school I set up several email search agents on job search/career sites in higher education and industry.
Develop instructional materials and products and assist in the technology-based redesign of courses.
I was quite impressed by Joyce Seitzinger's Professional Learning Environment (PLN) model that she presented at Deakin University in Melbourne this week. The first slide on the left shows a quadrant model in which she has used a work/office metaphor to define four discrete functions of a PLN. The first, the Staffroom is quite public, calling on high levels of communication and high profile, and involves the use of microblogging tools such as Twitter.
Harold, Jane, Charles, Clark, and I led a session this morning that recapped people’s DevLearn experience.
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If you’ve been following our recent posts that summarize our 2011 survey, you’ve seen that organizations of all sizes are leveraging online learning in some way or another. ( Click here to see part 1 covering profiles and budget , here for part 2 on elearning programs , here for part 3 on social learning .) But how are associations and other non-profit organizations making decisions about which programs to pursue? Do they have a strategic plan?
Many traditional elearning instructional designers cut their teeth designing self-paced elearning programs. We create events.
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