Wanted – Instructional Designer

eLearning 24-7

How many of you, are familiar with terms such as ADDIE? How many of you know why WBT was created or how it is different than CBT or why hummingbirds seem to swarm my feeder as though they are starved for juice? To be an expert, would require someone to have used every function of the product, and frankly, if they came from a custom development shop which used Storyline and they themselves had e-learning development skill sets, then yeah, you are likely to be an expert.

Elearning innovation: examples, tips and technology


So then, how do you keep your ideas fresh, your production process smart and your elearning strategy current? Let’s take a look at these and get the creative juices flowing! Use an elearning production framework that cultivates innovation. Inspiration can be hard to find.

Learning Agility: Re-Invention with Performer Support

Living in Learning

When you consider who is doing the moving, it is not the company but the workers who render productive outcomes. Our design efforts cannot deliver the results we need through shifting creative juices to sizzling, flash-based learning assets – the focus must be on the performer – and in their work context. When key learning environment attributes are considered, the end product of our design efforts – Performer Support – can take many forms.

Agile 100

10.2 Strategic Ways to Ensure Learning Begets Performance Improvement

Wonderful Brain

We follow ADDIE, or Gagne or Aldrich, et. Everyone likes to be noticed and in print (on the screen page), it carries a lot of juice, ergo loyalty and effort. “A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that works.”.

48 Books Every Aspiring Chief Learning Officer Should Read


This is the book you’ll want to keep on your desk and refer to when you’ve run out of juice or need a helping hand. Put you ADDIEs down. By a simple strategy eventually coined the “Toyota Production System” (TPS).