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OCTOBER 31, 2012 [Providers] #DevLearn-313: A New Agile Model – Leaving ADDIE Behind
So then, what do we need in a design and development model to provide for successful implementation of these components? Then, when the learner is stuck, it is at that time that we provide them with the help they need. Thus, an agile approach provides a competitive advantage by welcoming changing requirements, even late in development. This is why it is forgotten so quickly.
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OCTOBER 2, 2012 [Providers] Book Review: Design For How People Learn
What I learned from the experience is that if you dig for, and then work off of observable and client-provided facts about the audience and the course, the design nearly writes itself. Since this wasn’t provided, I suggest that beginners make plans to read the book more than once, and the second (or third) time should be after the new designer has gleaned some practical experience.
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DECEMBER 18, 2011 [Providers] #LCBQ: Does Gamification Have a Role in Workplace Learning?
Provides significant opportunity for practice. Provides significant opportunity for practice. Provides intrinsic feedback to dramatically demonstrate the impact of poor performance. Provides intrinsic feedback to dramatically demonstrate the impact of poor performance. Summary: Yes, there’s not only a role for “gamification” in e-learning but the revolution (as I define it) is already well underway! October’s Big Question on the Learning Circuits Blog has to do with gamification and its possible role in workplace learning. Does it have a role?
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OCTOBER 31, 2012 [Providers] #DevLearn-GS1: Jon Landau – Innovation in Avatar and What Lies Ahead
The secret then to having an impact is to innovate in a way that provides for that emotional response from the audience. Summary: Jon Landau made the case for innovation in e-learning, and also discussed the need to generate an emotional reaction. At DevLearn, Mr. Landau shared his keen film-industry insights and management and motivational philosophies. We should do the same, he encouraged.
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SUDDEN INSIGHT [Providers] eLearning Learning Partners with Training Magazine Network
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2012
Summary: eLearning Learning is now providing
content for the Training Magazine Network. critical element of our value is providing
the kind of in-depth thinking and research that is brought together in eLearning Learning’s site and newsletter. Training Magazine Network has just announced a partnership with eLearning Learning to bring together their extensive content and community offerings to form the largest e-learning site on the Web. He’s also a fellow blogger and you’ll see a link to his site on my Blogroll at right. Other MORE >>
SUDDEN INSIGHT [Providers] Why Articulate Storyline Has Already Become My Go-To Authoring Tool
| MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2012
Nothing surprising there, but Story View provides
some unique authoring functions that make development easier. hope Articulate exposes this functionality so third-party developers can provide
additional content plug-in options. If you’re working in an environment open to these kinds of illustrated characters, you’re going to love the kind of expressive “people” power that Storyline provides
. ” Together, these two features provide
a user-friendly ActionScript coding interface that doesn’t require any programming skills. Power. MORE >>
SUDDEN INSIGHT [Providers] #astdTK12: Instructional Design for a Semantic Web
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2012
Knewton : this company provides
systems that detect what skills/knowledge people need and then creates appropriate, customized content at run-time to meet that specific learner’s needs. Summary: Reuben Tozman introduced the non-technical instructional designer to the principles of the semantic web and presented general areas of interest where instructional designers can begin learning new design skills. Reuben Tozman led a very thought-provoking session on how instructional design should change to integrate more effectively with the coming “semantic” web. MORE >>
SUDDEN INSIGHT [Providers] #DevLearn-GS5: Dayna Steele – 101 Ways to Rock for Success
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2012
Summary: Dayna provided
a number of techniques to make us more successful in life. In the music industry, the term “going platinum” is synonymous with success. Are you creating platinum eLearning? If not, maybe some rock n’ roll inspiration will help. Legendary Radio Hall of Fame DJ Dayna Steele has found platinum success teaching the leadership lessons she learned from the most successful entertainers of our generation, including Bono and Bruce Springsteen. Her latest book is 101 Ways to Rock Your World. But you must also know the passions of your audience. Homework : Do your homework. MORE >>
SUDDEN INSIGHT [Providers] #DevLearn-409: Soft-Skills Simulations – A Road Map for Success
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2012
An effort was made to map the simulation to the structured training that had been provided
earlier, and this analysis was assembled into a table that reflected the scoring, issues and challenges the learners would face. After the scores are displayed, a recap is given that evaluates the learner’s performance and provides
feedback on the decisions they made, and what might have been better choices to make in that situation. Summary: Frito-Lay built a compelling soft-skills simulation using mostly-traditional branching techniques and Articulate Storyline. Project Background. MORE >>
- [Providers] Why Articulate Storyline Is My Go-To Authoring Tool SUDDEN INSIGHT | TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2012
- [Providers] My Top 3 Free Stock Art Sites for e-Learning SUDDEN INSIGHT | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2011
- [Providers] #astdTK12: Stuart Crabb Opening Keynote SUDDEN INSIGHT | THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2012
- [Providers] #astdTK12: Yawn-Proof Your e-Learning SUDDEN INSIGHT | THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2012
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