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Arizona Cell Phone & Texting and Driving Laws

E-learning Uncovered

A texting driver is 23 times more likely to get into a crash than a non-texting driver. This campaign targets adult drivers with a focus on texting and driving Adults and Cell Phones 82% of adults have cell phones. 47% of adult cell phone users report texting while driving. 27% of all adults report texting while driving

Avoid Getting Fined: Arizona Title 4 Regulations for Serving Alcohol


Arizona is no exception. Arizona’s Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) ensures that licenses are valid and up-to-date, and that employees have the proper training and certification to serve alcohol.

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Where are you? Arizona?

Adobe Captivate

Today I was wondering which Captivate rock stars are in or near Arizona? Then it occurred to me, that it might be kind of cool for others to get a similar sense of – who is near me?

Testing: Placebo or Salve?

There Is No Chalk

I woke up to the news today that Arizona has passed a law that requires high school students to pass a "civics test" before they can walk away with a diploma or GED. The supposed aim of this test (which is required to be given by both public and private school) is for students to demonstrate an education in American civic life. Another stated goal by one of the groups behind the bill is to build

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And the Winner Is…

CLO Magazine

27th at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn in Scottsdale, Arizona, the setting for the 2016 Learning In Practice Awards dinner was grand. Kellye Whitney. Too often the learning leader’s good work goes unrecognized. A peer may say, “well done.”

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The Learning Side of Sears

CLO Magazine

He started out in the IT sector, working as a systems engineer for a few years after he finished his undergrad work in philosophy at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Frank Nguyen has a knack for entering companies during periods of significant transition. It happened at Intel Corp.

Arizona schools get $5.5mil for eLearning

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

I'm new to this initiative so hate to be too critical, however I'm nervous that government works so slowly that Arizona schools will end up with a million dollar Web1.0 This blog is for Corporate eLearning Development, but I'm a native Phoenician and father of 3 so all things elearning, corporate or education, interest me. In the publication there is an article about the eSATS program. Its not on the website yet but its worth talking about.

Experience is the New Learning

Origin Learning

” And, for quarterbacks like the Arizona Cardinals’ Carson Palmer, the cool training tool shows up fine details that “separate you in a game” “because it’s just inches that help you have success out there,” notes Cardinals’ wide-receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

Future of Education 2020 Summit

Jay Cross

Big data can help Arizona State University refine their algebra course to near perfection, but unless they go off campus to look at the world of work, no data will tell them whether algebra is worth studying at all. (I Arizona State has put an entire first year curriculum on line.

Microlearning Should Be Mobile-first

CLO Magazine

Only eight more trophies to win that Arizona vacation. Imagine learning a new leadership skill while waiting to board a plane. You watch a reenactment of a common managerial dilemma. The video plays vertically, allowing you to hold your phone naturally.

Wal-Mart Jumps Firmly Onto the Employee Education Investment Bandwagon

CLO Magazine

Last year, Starbucks announced it would begin offering its workers the chance to earn a bachelor’s degree through Arizona State University’s online program for free.

Course Directory - Concordia St. Paul

E-learning Uncovered

Arizona Supreme Court Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee Use of Social and Electronic Media by Judges and Judicial Employees, Advisory Opinion 14-01.

eLearning Conferences 2012

Tony Karrer

link] November 28-December 1, 2011 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Multimedia Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. link] December 4-9, 2011 Executive Leadership Institute , sponsored by the League for Innovation in the Community College, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Clayton R.

Arizona News Media discovers New frontiers of web in classrooms

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

This always cracks me up. Way to stay on top of the new trends guys. There may actually be something to this whole blogging, wiki, podcasting thing ;-) UPDATE: 2/14 Oh and looky here.apparently, according to this newspaper article iPods have become a big part of distance learning. Wow, thanks Star-Telegram. You've certainly scooped your peers on this one

2 more drowning deaths - Just another 4th of July in Arizona

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Well, my 4th started out pretty good. We did the neighborhood parade again this year. While most people sleep in on the 4th we get up early and head over to the Arcadia 4th of July Parade.

Observe the Supreme Court, Become President, Negotiate Peace with Online Games

Kapp Notes

Backed by the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and Georgetown University, the Our Courts project is designed to teach middle students.

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How to Cultivate Accidental Genius

CLO Magazine

He will be speaking at the fall CLO Symposium+ in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Monday, Sept. Companies looking for the secrets to innovation may want to time-travel to London of 1928.

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Training Grants for Businesses By State


Arizona. Arizona Commerce Authority. Upon entering the professional world, everyone learns the same lesson—education doesn’t stop after school. Learning is a life-long pursuit and often so much of our professional skills are shaped on the job, as opposed to in a classroom.

eLearning Conferences 2013

Tony Karrer

link] December 2-7, 2012 Executive Leadership Institute , sponsored by the League for Innovation in the Community College, Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. link] February 6-8, 2013 Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration , Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Clayton R.

Why Humble CEOs do Better (and How You Can Train for Humility at Work)


According to a 2014 study by Arizona State University, humble CEOs kept satisfied managers who reported feeling more engaged, more confident, and more motivated to collaborate than those who worked for less humble CEOs. When you think about great leaders, what personality traits come to mind? Probably admirable characteristics such as charisma, leadership skills, excellent communication skills, and personal drive.

Hi from Our New Lead Development Rep!


I went to college at the University of Arizona for 3 years, then transferred to the University of Portland to finish my degree in Psychology. Hello! I’m Whitney Ashe and I’m OpenSesame’s new Lead Development Rep. I’m excited to join the OpenSesame team and get the chance to work with some of you that I’ve met through BlueVolt. Before I came to OpenSesame, I was at Nordstrom for a brief stint. Before that, I was the Project Manager for BlueVolt’s creative team.

“It was the happiest day of my life!”

Jay Cross

More of the story from The Arizona Republic. So said John G. Sperling of the day his brutish father died. Until age 15, John was dirt poor, sickly, severely dyslexic, and frequently beaten. He rose to become the most successful education entrepreneur in history.

Your Brain on Learning

CLO Magazine

In the University of Arizona’s Eller Executive Education program, the initiatives and programs designed to help corporate leaders address pressing business problems are created with an eye toward how the brain works, said Joe Carella, the program’s assistant dean.

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How eLearning works in the medical industry


Such laws can vary by country and specialty (with Arizona, for example, requiring an average of 40 hours of CME every two years, while some countries demand frequent re-certification for doctors and nurses to maintain their licenses).

My Twitter hero

E-Learning Provocateur

The article stated: One customer, Jennifer Hellum, sought customer service after the glass top on her Pottery Barn table shattered in the extreme Arizona heat last summer. Several weeks ago, I deposited a cheque for £122 into my local bank account, but it was paid in as $122. Anyone familiar with the foreign exchange rate will know this left me out of pocket. So the next day I went back to the bank, and I was lucky enough to speak to the original teller who had processed the cheque.

The Most Popular Blog Posts for 2016


The CEO of picmonic gave a presentation on Starting a Company in Arizona, and was not part of the edtech track. It's the end of the year and, in case you've missed the most popular blog posts throughout 2016, I've compiled the top 5 for you here.

The Back Channel and the Rule of Threes

Jay Cross

This post collects the resources shared via the backchannel of the Up To All Of Us event, held February 24-27 in Sedona, Arizona. It’s a law of nature. There are always three things. Trust me on this. Think of an event — a workshop, a class, a meeting, or a presentation.

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The Designer’s Toolbox

Jay Cross

Most of the three dozen people convened by the irrepressible Aaron Silvers for a recent retreat in Sedona, Arizona, would say they’re designers, but not instructional designers.

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CLO Symposium Plus: Are You Ready for the Talent Economy?

CLO Magazine

At the fall 2016 CLO Symposium Plus, presented by Chief Learning Officer magazine and held at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona, learning as an influential partner in talent management wasn’t just an idea, we saw it on the ground. Eric Weiner.


eLearning Conferences 2011

Tony Karrer

link] December 5-10, 2010 Executive Leadership Institute, sponsored by the League of Innovation in the Community Colleges, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. link] February 24-26, 2011 American Association of Colleges Master’s Education Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.

Outsourcing Training Projects Staying in Tune

Training Industry

Tom has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Arizona and a Masters in Information Systems from Stevens Institute of Technology Our lives are becoming increasingly complex in today’s hyperconnected and technology-driven environment. This is true as we try to execute on our strategic plans for any outsourcing of training projects. You can compare today’s organizational challenges to a bluegrass jam session.

eLearning Conferences 2012


link] February12, 2012 One Voice Phoenix InternationalConference and Forum for Educators: Educators United for Positive Change in Education,Phoenix, Arizona, USA. link] March1-3, 2012 American Association ofColleges Master’s Education Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. link] March10-14, 2012 Student AffairsAdministrators in Higher Education (NASPA) Annual Conference: IgniteLeadership – Influence Change, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

Navigating the Credential Maze

Training Industry

In partnership with Georgetown, George Mason, Vassar, and the Universities of Arizona and Virginia, among others, they are working to create micro-credentials for skills identified by employers as lacking in recent college graduates (e.g., The possibilities for enhancing your career by obtaining a credential, such as a degree, certification, certificate or license, abound. Even within the training industry, there are numerous college degrees and certifications available.

The Building Blocks of Service Level Agreements

Training Industry

Tom has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Arizona and a Masters in Information Systems from Stevens Institute of Technology Best practices dictates that a good agreement between a buyer and seller should include a service level agreement (SLA) as part of that agreement. First let’s define what a SLA is. A well-thought-out SLA sets the tone for how the relationship between parties should be governed.