What’s in My Conference Bag? ATD ICE 2018

Learning Rebels

It’s 2018, What’s in my Conference Bag? Back in 2014, David Kelley interviewed me for the (then) upcoming Dev Learn Conference sponsored by the Elearning Guild, he was writing a series on what people bring to the conference with them. Now it’s 2018, WOW has time flown.

6 Strategies for Effective Online Learning: Spaced Practice

LightSpeed VT

6 Strategies for Effective Online Learning: Spaced Practice Online courses are gaining in popularity—and for a good reason. According to a 2013 ASTD State of the Industry Report, 55% of training [ ] The post 6 Strategies for Effective Online Learning: Spaced Practice appeared first on LightSpeed VT. If done right, an online course can produce excellent results by improving your performance while being considerably cheaper than a traditional in-person class.

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What is a true L&D professional?


In Revolutionize Learning & Development , I included as appendices the Learning and Performance Institutes’ list, the Toward Maturity list, as well as the one from the Association for Talent Development (previously ASTD). At core is what’s known about we learn and perform.

How to Ensure Higher ROI For Your Mobile Learning

Designing Digitally

According to the Association of Talent Development (ATD, formerly ASTD), organizations in the US invest more than $125 billion per year in upskilling and training their employees.


New stuff to look for in elearning…


The face of elearning is changing more rapidly and research by ASTD and other e-learning groups suggest that the latest trends in e-learning include: More user engagement in elearning than ever before than the boring one-sided approach. Integrating social media into the existing e-learning system, making it very user-centric and interactive.

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4 Universal Trends That Mean It’s Time for You to Add the Power of Elearning to Your Training

Enyota Learning

The ASTD or the American Society for Training and Development surveyed 2500 firms. Most managers know that employees want to learn, and they want to widen their skillsets. They had found that firms conducting comprehensive training get 218% higher revenue and savings per employee.