Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

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Game Design and UX Design are about Learning

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I'm really looking forward to today's #TLDCast because I'll be hosting a book review of one of my favorite books: A Theory of Fun by Raph Koster. Whenever anyone asks me to recommend a book for newbies in the world of training and/or L&D, this is my #1 recommendation. Why? Because Raph takes very complex neuroscience, cognitive psych, and other complex studies and applies them in a narrative of discovery.

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TLDCast Tuesday Topic is eLearning Projects

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

How Do You Manage eLearning Projects? How many eLearning development projects are you currently working on? One? One hundred? Many training departments are overwhelmed with eLearning projects that need to be delivered. The demand for content is growing as is the need for continuing professional development. Today's #TLDCast conversation is about addressing these concerns.

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TLDChat - Another First for the L&D Industry

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Last year we experimented with a daily live streaming show called L&D Talk. It was a fantastic experience, and convinced me that this crazy idea of daily live streaming was now possible. I've been thinking about this since my days in broadcast television back in the early '90s. The live streaming tech that exists today makes it possible within a simple interface.

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VIDEO: Bschlenker - Streaming with Periscope and Meerkat

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

'Live streaming apps on your phone have finally landed. And they are officially cool! Check out Meerkat and Periscope. And here''s my vlog on the topic.

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New Integrated Iterative Training Development Process

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

'Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net I''ve been thinking a lot about how the management, design, development, and delivery of training happens these days. One thing I know for sure is that the old, and current, processes for getting training done don''t work in every situation. I''ve written a couple blog posts about it: How a New Training Process Scales Up Your Talent Making Training Delivery Part of Your Training Development Process I know that many training organizations ha

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If School was Like a Jam Session

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

'If only enterprising entrepreneurs would build an authoring tool that enabled the creation of real world work simulations. I started down that path in the mid ''90''s and got close with some pretty cool simulations for manufacturing and logistics activities, but my coding skills could only get me so far. What I ended up creating was the interactive 3D version of "click next learning".

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The Next Big Learning App! - not really

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

'C''mon people! Where is it? The kids are leaving (have left) Facebook for Snapchat. Normally when this happens, some enterprising capitalist jumps on the bandwagon with some sort of copycat app aimed at education. Where''s SnapLearn? Or SnapSkool? Or perhaps SnapClass? Hey, SnapClass! That has a nice ring to it. That might have some legs. Okay.so.before I get all cynical and preachy about how silly education versions of popular apps are, maybe I should give this one some thought?