The Learning & Development Podcast: Developing A Digital Mindset With Myles Runham

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The Learning & Development podcast is hosted by our Chief Learning Officer David James. Listen to episode 66 of the Learning & Development podcast here. David James: Welcome to The Learning & Development podcast. I create brain-friendly learning, right?”

The Learning & Development Podcast: Applying Digital Marketing To L&D at SwissRe with Satoshi Probala

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The Learning & Development podcast is hosted by our Chief Learning Officer David James. Listen to episode 60 of the Learning & Development podcast here. David James: Welcome to the Learning & Development Podcast.

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PODCAST 104: Embracing Authenticity to Connect and Drive Revenue with Shari Levitin

Sales Hacker

This week on the Sales Hacker podcast, we speak with Shari Levitin , CEO of Levitin Group. If you missed episode 103, check it out here: PODCAST 103: Accurate Data Will Set Your Funnels Reviews on Fire with Todd Abbott. Subscribe to the Sales Hacker Podcast.

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Things to know about podcasting for employee development

Matrix

The option I’ll discuss today is podcasting: a learning facilitation method that is convenient and non-invasive. Why podcast? Read more: The power of the spoken word: including podcasts in training. What are the analytics available for podcasting?

eLearning Podcasts (and a few others)

The eLearning Coach

I’m addicted to podcasts because they’ve changed my life. Although there are many education-related podcasts, there are surprisingly few devoted to eLearning in the workplace. Xyleme Voices is an excellent podcast hosted by Dawn Poulos of Xyleme Learning. His podcasts include interviews and discussions covering a wide range of topics, from Screencasting to iPads to Moodle Migration. To safely listen to podcasts in the car, you need an adapter.

Creating Mastermind Retreats and Building WordPress Tools for Developers with Brad Touesnard the Founder and CEO at Delicious Brains

LifterLMS

We discuss creating mastermind retreats and building WordPress tools for developers with Brad Touesnard the founder and CEO at Delicious Brains in this LMScast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. LMScast is the number one podcast for course creators just like you.

What Will eLearning Look Like in the Year 2066?

eLearning Brothers

I know, accessing learning content from the Moon or Mars sounds crazy… but remember, 35 years ago, I thought the idea of a vacuum that didn’t require human help was outrageous.). Thanks to technology, we can capture another person’s knowledge by digitally storing a lecture…streaming a live class or workshop around the world…recording and delivering a podcast to anyone with a smartphone. Who knows, maybe we’ll even be able to borrow someone’s brain for a while.

Your Inner Critic – Cueing up What You Know

Wonderful Brain

Is it a course, webinar, podcast? This sounds like an easy sell. However those who know how the brain works are fully cognizant of how decisions are made. Reading an article from the Behance titled “Why Your Inner Critic is Your Best Friend&# I was intrigued for a few reasons. As the author Mark McGuiness scribes, the inner critic has gotten a bad wrap – interrupting, interfering and disjointing our drive to move forward. We are always trying to silence it.

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Friday Finds: The Best Of Learning, Design & Technology | February 25, 2022

Mike Taylor

What I’m Listening to: It is rainy and cold here today which makes me feel like some calm Lo-Fi sounds are in order. A memory is the pattern of neural activity that represents the sights, sounds, smells, feelings, information, and language that you experienced when you learned something.

Friday Finds: The Best Of Learning, Design & Technology | January 28, 2022

Mike Taylor

What I’m Listening to: I found Life At which is a cool site that lets you choose a scene for your screen complete with sounds and more. Today, I’ve got it setup with the sights and sounds of an Icelandic lagoon with soothing background music.

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | February 26, 2020

Mike Taylor

Podcasts. Talking Learning Design on the EdTech Take Out podcast Learning Technologies UK Digital Experience 2021 – Recording now available. Learning moves at the speed of conversation.

VARK Model In eLearning Gamification For Effective Corporate Virtual Training Solutions

Tesseract Learning

Play is our brain’s favorite way of learning,” said poet, essayist, and naturalist Diane Ackerman. Podcasts, audiobooks or class recordings, songs, and mnemonics are helpful learning mediums in this category. Sounds improbable?

How To Be More Creative: 10 Activities to Try

Scissortail's Learning Nest

Most of us wouldn’t choose a job in a busy restaurant as a way to relax our brains, but it works for Sheldon. Our brains normally look for patterns to help make sense of the world. By using patterns and routines, our brain gets more efficient—and sometimes a bit lazy.

Welcome to Hot Skills Summer

Degreed

Learn why our brains aren’t wired to make us happy and what to do about it: Master Your Emotions by Thibaut Meurisse. From dreaming to anxiety disorders, discover how your brain works with this illuminating series.” . Good podcasts aren’t hard to come by these days.

Why You Must Defeat the Sales and Marketing Status Quo

Allego

“You can even take marketing and sales out of the equation and, I know it sounds trite to say, put the customer at the center.”. Again and again, Riesterer returns to this idea of “studying the brain of the buyer, instead of the actions of the marketer or seller.”

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How to Make Better PowerPoint for Better Videos

TechSmith Camtasia

You can watch the video on this topic at the top of this post, to listen to the podcast episode, hit play below, or read on for more… ]. Education Podcasts Video VisualsPowerPoint is boring. That’s what we’ve all heard, right?

Doing Conferences Differently – How to Beat Post-Conference Depression

Learningtogo

Soon, your memories of that learning experience, though positive, have receded into the cobwebs of your mind, right next to your college roommate’s third ex-boyfriend and that nagging reminder that you’ve neglected something important that keeps sounding a soft alarm in your brain. But that nagging alarm in your brain keeps throbbing. Without this regular purging of working memory, our brains would be in a constant state of information overload. Do you suffer from PCD?

Doing Conferences Differently – How to Beat Post-Conference Depression

Learningtogo

Soon, your memories of that learning experience, though positive, have receded into the cobwebs of your mind, right next to your college roommate’s third ex-boyfriend and that nagging reminder that you’ve neglected something important that keeps sounding a soft alarm in your brain. But that nagging alarm in your brain keeps throbbing. Without this regular purging of working memory, our brains would be in a constant state of information overload. Do you suffer from PCD?

Friday Finds: The Best Of Learning, Design & Technology | December 17, 2021

Mike Taylor

High quality audio makes you sound smarter. “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” Richard Steele. Happy Friday!

Who, Me – Biased?

Innovative Learning Group

Sound familiar? Check out his website for links to articles, podcasts, and talks. This blog post illustrates how visual design can take advantage of the “fast” thinking part of our brains. Seek Many Voices When Designing Solutions. Imagine you’re an instructional designer (ID) charged with creating e-learning to teach a work process. Which one of the following is the best way to determine the course content?

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | December 4, 2020

Mike Taylor

The human brain is a learning machine. What I’m Listening to: Here are some sounds to be grateful for from Funkmammoth (How awesome is that name!?) Podcasts. “Every skill you have today was once unknown to you. Stick with it.” ” James Clear. Happy Friday!

Bring the Science of Learning into Your Employee Training

eLearningMind

Making any type of learning really stick and be relatable to the learner—whether it’s a YouTube video, in-person course, podcast, or online learning—requires an understanding of the science of learning. How Our Brains Like to Learn. Artwork by Kevin Bannister. Share on facebook.

5 Tips to Re-Energize a Lifelong Learning Mindset

Learning Rebels

Sound familiar? . To move the needle toward your goals, your mindset must reflect that you are willing to commit to lifelong learning and willing to take on new challenges to your brain. We can develop skills, such as strengthening the brain, through effort and practice. Try a new lunch place, a different driving route, or listen to a podcast over lunch rather than working on email. Click here to jump to the Learning Rebels BIG AUDACIOUS giveaway.

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From Zero to 300K Per Year in Course and Membership Sales in 3 Years as a Chill Entrepreneur with Josh Hall

LifterLMS

In his opinion, “webpreneur” sounds a lot better than a web entrepreneur so he stuck with that. Josh considers the current year as the creation year to continue with his podcast and boost his YouTube channel. Transcript of the podcast.

Top L&D books for ambitious learning leaders in 2020

Elucidat

We’ve asked some of the biggest names in L&D this year on the Learning at Large Podcast for their book recommendations! Listen to the podcast that’s inspiring L&D leaders. What are the best Learning and Development books to keep you a step ahead in your career?

Is Multimedia the Most Underrated Tool for Internal Communication?

eLearningMind

Podcasts. We know that images are processed 60,000 times faster than text by the brain and that brains are ultimately lazy organs. Therefore, swapping your usual communication methods for video-based ones give your users’ brains a much-needed rest while still relaying important information. Pictures; sounds; motion: they all capture attention in ways that an email never can.

Why You Should Learn In Chunks: Efficiency and Retention

SmartUp

But other than watching the occasional video, listening to a podcast, or reading an article, how should we be organizing our learning? Chunking is a powerful learning tool that helps overcome the natural limitations of your brain.

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Why You Should Learn In Chunks: Efficiency and Retention

SmartUp

But other than watching the occasional video, listening to a podcast, or reading an article, how should we be organizing our learning? Chunking is a powerful learning tool that helps overcome the natural limitations of your brain.

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How to Build Side Hustle Recurring Revenue, WordPress White Label Services, and Online Course Cashflow with Divi Power User Keegan Lanier

LifterLMS

Keegan runs a podcast called Addicted to WordPress that started out around feature previews for Divi. Over time his podcast has grown to be more focused on mastering the Divi theme and taking it to the next level with business tips. Chris Badgett: Let’s start at the podcast.

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | October 19, 2018

Mike Taylor

The Hidden Brain Science That Will Unlock Your True Potential with Daniel Coyle. While you’re there you should subscribe to the Science of Success podcast too. Books/Courses/Talks/Podcasts. As I wrap things up this morning I’m going with the sounds of my college years. I enjoy sharing my ideas and experience with corporate professionals via workshops, keynote presentations, podcasts, and webinars. ”When one teaches, two learn.”

The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | July 27, 2018

Mike Taylor

I hope your brain is ready for this week’s roundup? No matter what, I think you’ll find some great brain and learning-related knowledge that you’ll want to check out. Battling the Bandwidth of your Brain. Unlike much of what we are told during training and professional development, cognitive load theory has real implications for learning that are based on sound evidence derived from robust research designs. Books/Courses/Podcasts. Looking for a previous edition?

Are you experienced? An insight into Learning Experience Platforms

Learning Pool

It might sound like the emperor’s new LMS, but that’s not the case with our LXP, Headstream. Your eyes were engaged, but your brain wasn’t. You need to get the brain to actually do the work in order to effectively practice. The basic theory is that your brain is more aware of the differences between subjects, creating a different relationship between this information in your memory, which results in better long term retention.

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | March 22, 2019

Mike Taylor

Why Your Brain Needs Idle Time. We know the brain can get into its downtime state very quickly, and the education research suggests just a few minutes?—?five Books, Podcasts, Courses: What will be hot in L&D in 2019? Don Taylor ( @DonaldHTaylor ) on the Good Practice podcast. 10 Podcasts for Every Type of Designer. What I’m listening to: Is there anything cooler than the classic sounds of Nat King Cole ?

Voice-over videos for eLearning: A step-by-step guide

TalentLMS

It sounds complicated, right? These videos are created using screencasting software (like Loom, for example) that records your screen while also recording sounds. It’s easier for human brains to remember something they saw or heard than it is to remember something they read.

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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | December 27, 2019

Mike Taylor

Check this out for some insights into how the brain makes decisions that compel people to take action from Tracy Trost on the Social Media Marketing Podcast. If we understand how our audience’s brains work, we can be better at what we do. “There is so much we do not know.

An Educator’s Lessons from YouTube with Valerie Pennington

TechSmith Camtasia

You can watch the video on this topic at the top of this post, to listen to the podcast episode, hit play below, or read on for more… Humanizing educational YouTube videos. I sound horrible. Want to learn how to master YouTube?

Your Year for Video! Getting Started, Leveling Up, and Making Better Videos

TechSmith Camtasia

You can watch the video on this topic at the top of this post, to listen to the podcast episode, hit play below, or read on for more… Try something new for 2022. Standards, templates, it all sounds boring, right? Are you ready to level up your video creation skills this year?