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Hiring Managers, Storytelling, and Tools: ID Links 5/25/21

Experiencing eLearning

Devlin Peck summarizes and analyzes responses from 101 hiring managers surveyed about what factors influence their decisions when evaluating instructional design and elearning candidates. Engage Brain and Train! Super useful for anyone doing software training or screencasts.

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The Ethics of Designing Training | Devlin Peck

Devlin Peck

In this article, I explore the ethics of pushing training at non-training problems, and I discuss the best path towards ethical professionalism Do instructional designers have a code of ethics? Should they?

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Where I’m Speaking in 2021

Experiencing eLearning

Scenario-Based Learning Q&A with Devlin Peck. SMEs are busy, and they generally don’t understand training and learning the way you do as an instructional designer. Presentations and Podcasts Storytelling & Scenarios Devlin Peck Learning Guild LSCon

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The Kirkpatrick Model of Training Evaluation (with Examples) | Devlin Peck

Devlin Peck

This article explores the Kirkpatrick model of training evaluation, which is the most well-known and widely-implemented evaluation model in the field of instructional design.

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What is a Training Needs Assessment? | Devlin Peck

Devlin Peck

The training needs assessment, also referred to as "needs analysis" or "front-end analysis," is a process used by organizations to identify their human performance needs.

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How to Conduct a Needs Assessment | Devlin Peck

Devlin Peck

Are you ready to design training for issues that training will actually solve? This article explains how to conduct a needs assessment to get to the root of human performance problems

Issue 52
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What is Instructional Design? (With Examples) | Devlin Peck

Devlin Peck

This can range from analyzing performance issues and offering suggestions to designing and developing in-depth training experiences. ‘Instructional design’ is a system for creating material to help people in companies, organizations, or universities learn new information and skills.

Issue 52
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Book Review: Map It by Cathy Moore | Devlin Peck

Devlin Peck

This review explores Cathy Moore's flagship book: Map It, The Hands-On Guide to Strategic Training Design. I discuss the book's impact on the industry, its core tenets, and its strengths and weaknesses

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Applying The Hannafin-Peck Model In eLearning

eFront

Assessment, design, and implementation are the cornerstones of the Hannafin-Peck Μodel. In this article, I’ll delve into the basics of the Hannafin-Peck Model, so that you can decide if it’s the ideal strategy for your next eLearning course. A Guide For Applying Τhe Hannafin-Peck Model In eLearning. The Hannafin-Peck Model involves three essential stages that are each followed by a thorough evaluation and revision process. The 3 Phases Of The Hannafin-Peck Model.

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Podcast Interviews on Scenarios, ID Careers, and More

Experiencing eLearning

Scenario-Based Learning Q&A with Devlin Peck. Scenario-Based Learning Q&A with Devlin Peck. His audience is primarily teachers, so this interview connects ideas from workplace training and education. We talked broadly about trends in workplace training.

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The Ethics of Designing Training

Devlin Peck

In this article, I explore the ethics of pushing training at non-training problems, and I discuss the best path towards ethical professionalism Do instructional designers have a code of ethics? Should they?

Problem 83
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What is a Training Needs Assessment?

Devlin Peck

The training needs assessment, also referred to as "needs analysis" or "front-end analysis," is a process used by organizations to identify their human performance needs.

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The Kirkpatrick Model of Training Evaluation (with Examples)

Devlin Peck

This article explores the Kirkpatrick model of training evaluation, which is the most well-known and widely-implemented evaluation model in the field of instructional design.

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Presentations on Scenario-Based Learning and More

Experiencing eLearning

Are you looking for ways to make your training more relevant and engaging? In this session, you’ll learn how to evaluate training problems to decide when to use a branching scenario or another approach. Scenario-Based Learning Q&A with Devlin Peck.

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What is Instructional Design?

Devlin Peck

This can range from analyzing performance issues and offering suggestions to designing and developing in-depth training experiences. ‘Instructional design’ is a system for creating material to help people in companies, organizations, or universities learn new information and skills.

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Megatrends in MOOCs: #10 The Changing Role of the Instructor

Your Training Edge

The answer to bridging these gaps is training, but while 80% of college graduates expect that they will be provided with formal training on their first job, only 48% actually receive that training. Clearly more training is needed…and fast. The new role of the instructor in MOOCs means that companies can train more people, more quickly and more effectively, than ever before. Bryant is a entrepreneur, trainer, and strategic training adviser for many organizations.

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12 Helpful Resources for Instructional Design

CourseArc

Since instructional designers develop so many types of resources—like eLearning courses, instructors’ manuals for classroom use, learning games, training courses for use in workplaces—there are always new skills to pick up. Devlin Peck’s website. Training & Development.

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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | July 10, 2020

Mike Taylor

“You have: Training, Schooling, Benchmarks, Industry peers, Entrenched experience, Data, data, data They have: great ideas, not-so-great ideas. In this great post from Devlin Peck, introduces 5 NoCode tools to design and develop eLearning.

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How to Conduct a Needs Assessment

Devlin Peck

Are you ready to design training for issues that training will actually solve? This article explains how to conduct a needs assessment to get to the root of human performance problems

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Book Review: Map It by Cathy Moore

Devlin Peck

This review explores Cathy Moore's flagship book: Map It, The Hands-On Guide to Strategic Training Design. I discuss the book's impact on the industry, its core tenets, and its strengths and weaknesses

Guide 52
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Key Factors in MOOC Success, Part 2

Your Training Edge

But more formal environments, like corporate training, require clearly stated and achievable objectives that are directly relevant to the job requirements. But as training and development departments are well aware, no accountability usually leads to no results. Businesses that want to benefit from MOOCs should consider ways, beyond certificates of completion, to hold employees accountable for their training.

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Divergent roads on the path to training success

Matrix

This situation is unfortunately true in assessment – standardized tests have been trying to do this for decades – and it’s true for training and teaching as well. 3 Divergent roads on the path to training success. Read more: The need for a Training Needs Analysis.

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Free Webinar - Models for Learning in a New World

Tony Karrer

John Peck, Peck Training Group, LLC Monika Ebert, Different Lens, LLC Date/Time: Tuesday, August 25 th 10-11 AM Pacific, 1-2 PM Eastern, 5 PM GMT Register for the Webinar eLearning Technology. I'm doing a free webinar in a few weeks where I will be discussing some of the major trends that are affecting models of learning. I think this will be an interesting discussion and I welcome your participation.

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The future of MOOCs

E-Learning Provocateur

The pecking order will be reshuffled. MOOCs assessment change cMOOC college corporate distance learning e-learning education elearning flipped classroom future higher education massive OER online online courses open open educational resources pedagogy role roles school student equity teaching training university workplace xcMOOC xMOOCMOOCs get a bad rap.

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ID and eLearning Links 9/24/19

Experiencing eLearning

How to Become an Instructional Designer: The Definitive Guide – Devlin Peck – Performance Consultant for Corporate Training Teams This 10,000-word guide starts at the very beginning, explaining what instructional designers are and what they do for different types of organizations. In this post, I share a guide on becoming an instructional designer, storytelling research, and a tool for creating citations easily. Becoming an Instructional Designer.

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A Lesson in Mobile Learning Design from Yelp [#mLearning]

mLearning Revolution

I love this tweet, because it epitomizes how most people view the mobile experience, often as the “light” version of the desktop: “It looks like you’re on a train. Here’s what Yelp said on their Blog: Mobile phone usage has come a long way since the days of the hunt-and-peck, shorthand “C U L8R” texts.

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Pixar’s Brad Bird On Fostering Innovation

Upside Learning

The eLearning industry has its roots in innovation, as a disruptive technology for education and training. Lesson Nine: Get Rid of Weak Links – “Passive-aggressive people—people who don’t show their colors in the group but then get behind the scenes and peck away—are poisonous. At Upside, we strive to innovate in our product and service range, and find it’s a bit of a hit and miss affair. It often makes me wonder, is there a set of rules we can use to foster innovation?

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The Corporate Training Predictions You Need to Know for 2017

Litmos

2017 is going to be fantastic for training, learning and development. Either way, neuroscience will rule our conversations as more and more professionals will demand "proof" that your training will work. Do any of you still reference the Hannafin and Peck media selection guide? I find myself referring to "traditional training" methods less and less. We now have the technology to create and deliver content at the speed of learning, not the speed of training.

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Closing the Learning-Acquisition Gap with Informal Learning

Learnkit

We’re all trained to behave in a certain way based on our own reward structure. Basically, we’re all trained animals. In the 1940’s, a well-known psychologist, BF Skinner, used positive reinforcement and reward behaviour to train pigeons. He didn’t train them to stay off of statues (which would have been a worthy endeavour), but, among other things, he trained them to peck at pictures of German battleships.

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The future of MOOCs

E-Learning Provocateur

The pecking order will be reshuffled. MOOCs #edcmooc assessment change cMOOC college corporate distance learning e-learning education elearning flipped classroom future higher education massive OER online online courses open open educational resources pedagogy role roles school student equity teaching training university workplace xcMOOC xMOOCMOOCs get a bad rap.

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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | July 17, 2020

Mike Taylor

Training gives people solutions to problems already solved. Devlin Peck has put together a guide that includes everything you need to know about the Experience API (xAPI) and Learning Record Stores (LRS) in 2020. Collaboration solves new problems none have solved before.”

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Data and your organization: Business learning analytics

Learning Pool

HR has data on churn and other people metrics, a subset of which may be training data. There’s a pecking order of time and attention. Learning professionals are increasingly looking to bring learning analytics to the centre of business leaders.

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The Case for a Flexible Workplace

eLearningMind

When they’re not just punching a time clock, employees’ time is less likely to be eaten up by mandatory training and learning that simply doesn’t apply to them as individuals. A flexible workplace doesn’t just mean letting employees start late or occasionally work from home: An organization is truly flexible and adaptable when it does away with the traditional pecking order and executive ego to adopt a more malleable approach to management.

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Free Online Conference – Future of Learning - Incredible Speakers

Tony Karrer

Or senior leaders from major training companies talk about the challenges and opportunities in the market. Future of the Business of Learning Free Online Event July 23 9 AM - 2 PM Pacific Time (Click on times to see Time Zone Conversion ) Brought to you by: Learn Trends , ISA and Training Magazine Network. Register Here Description: Corporate training departments and training companies are facing challenging times.

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What is an Instructional Design Model?

CommLab India

Organizations are realizing that a well-trained and efficient workforce is a decisive factor for business success. As a result, training has gained importance and the ubiquity of computers and the Internet has made e-learning or online training, a popular choice. Hannafin and Peck Model. Feedback can be gathered from participant reaction, participant learning, on-the job performance, and the effect of training.

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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | July 19, 2019

Mike Taylor

The Ethics of Designing Training. See what Devlin Peck ( @devpeck ) has to say about things like designing courses without identifying what’s causing the performance issue. “The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read them.”?—?Mark Mark Twain. A very happy Friday to you!

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8 Skills You Must Have To Become eLearning Master

TalentLMS

Being able to design instructional, online training courses requires some very definite skill sets. Between dealing with learning management systems, mobile training applications, managing a budget and designing effective and engaging courses – there is little doubt that problem-solving is an invaluable skill. These larger training implementations are often expensive and rushed, which is why they require careful time and budget management.

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Cisco Public Services Summit 2010

Jay Cross

Cisco’s Public Services Summit 2010 brought 200+ public officials together for a couple of days in Stockholm, a five-and-a-half hour train ride to Oslo, and an evening at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert. The best part was the ride on a private train. A few pecked at their laptops. I had to get up and am writing this as I zip along through the Dutch countryside on a high-speed train.

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37% of Executives will Focus MOST Social Strategies on Corporate Training in 2011

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

According to this research found at psfk but done by GetSatisfaction , CEOs really are thinking about social media strategies for education and training. You'll notice that "Internal education and training is #2 at 37%. Wouldn't it be REALLY cool if you.the little ol' training department person. They don't care about your Bloom's taxonomy, and your Hannifin and Peck Media Selection guide, and your ADDIE model, and your bla, bla, bla, new shiny rapid development tool.

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Kung Fu Leadership

CLO Magazine

But one performer stands above the rest, like a tall crane gracefully navigating through a flock of pecking pigeons. Skills and training are important but what is essential is to deploy them dynamically as the situation dictates. Mike Prokopeak is Chief Learning Officer’s editor-in-chief. I love kung fu movies. Go ahead and judge me. It’s one of my healthier vices. Gulping down sugary sweet Swedish Fish like a barking seal on a bender? Not so much.

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