On the List Again!

Learningtogo

When Sam Rogers announced his intention to compile a list of the most popular podcasts for L&D in 2017, I thought I’d have to mount a write-in campaign. iTunes Podcasts LearningToGo Blog brain education learn neuroscience podcast trainingLuckily, Sam was aware of us and our program was on the ballot. I felt even luckier to make the list, thanks to our fascinating guests and listeners like you!

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?”

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Brain science for learning: 10 experts to follow

Sponge UK

Cognitive science (often called brain science) is an exciting field of study that covers many disciplines. We’ve curated a list of ten ‘brain science experts’ for learning, including neuroscientists, psychologists and learning leaders who reference research-backed techniques. Whether you’re starting out with brain science or updating your current list of ‘go-to’ gurus, this list has something for everyone. She also writes about general research into neuroscience in education.

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Join the LearningToGo Six Question Challenge and Win a Free Book!

Learningtogo

This author, speaker, thought leader and Brain Matters keynote speaker recently wrote an article for Talent Management magazine called “6 Engaging Questions to Ask.” In these studies, participants were actually teaching their own brains to become more engaged with their work. By asking these questions every day, participants set a target for the brain. Once targeted, the brain becomes a powerful guided missile. Catch Marshall’s podcast here.

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ELC 065: Pro Tips For Working With Subject Matter Experts

The eLearning Coach

She also writes on learning topics and is the author of the "Last Word" column for Training Magazine. Diane is the co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series and is a regular contributor to the ATD Learning Technologies Blog. RATE: Rate this podcast in Apple Podcasts.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Blogging is the new Graduate School

Learning Visions

Wednesday, May 30, 2007 Blogging is the new Graduate School Im not the only one getting an informal masters degree out here. In a guest post on the Brazen Careerist, Ryan Healy writes, "maybe blogging is the new graduate school." Twentysomething: Blogging is the new Graduate School It’s ironic, though, because blogging is a way to deal with the biggest problem at the beginning of one’s career: No expertise. This is why more young people should blog.

Design - Audio - Podcasting - Best of eLearning Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

Instructional Designers need more tools than just writing! Podcasting for E-Learning – Tour of Audacity’s User Interface - The E-Learning Curve , September 4, 2009. The Best EDU Blogs on the Planet! Podcasting for E-Learning: Recording with Audacity - The E-Learning Curve , September 9, 2009. 15 More Workplace eLearning Blogs - eLearning Technology , September 9, 2009. Patterns at Play – Fundamental to Games - Upside Learning Blog , September 9, 2009.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): " Visual Thinking, Imagery, and the Brain" (Eide Neurolearning Blog)

Mark Oehlert

Their post mentions and links to a PDF of an article in press, entitled " What Brain Imaging Can Tell Us About Embodied Meaning ," by Marcel Just. One passage from the abstract is "A set of fMRI studies on visual imagery in sentence comprehension reveals both the perceptual-motor and the symbolic aspects of brain function that underlie language processing. typekey e-Clippings (a division of blogoehlert) Me in Second Life Blog powered by TypePad Member since 08/2003

Taking Time to Learn with Alex Salas

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… What key skills are missing in today’s learning development? Alex explained to us the interesting research into the effect of learning on the brain. The more you do that, the more you train your brain to give up. Your brain starts to learn that when we try something that’s difficult, we give up and then the difficult thing stops.”.

An Elearning Design Reading List

Usable Learning

Several things have led to me actually writing a blog post. So here it is: Blogs et al: Cathy Moore — her blog and The Elearning Blueprint. Tom Kuhlmann’s Rapid Elearning Blog and Articulate’s Elearning Heroes Community. Science Daily’s Mind & Brain feed. John Medina’s Brain Rules. David Rock’s Your Brain At Work. Creating Passionate Users Blog.

Learning at Large Ep8: Supporting the learning demands of 2.5 million technical specialists

Elucidat

Subscribe to Learning at Large: Podcast Transcript. Or search for “Learning at Large” on your podcast player of choice. ” @learnadjacent on the Learning at Large podcast #learning #behavior. ” @learnadjacent on the Learning at Large podcast #learning #behavior. Finally, don’t forget to subscribe to Learning at Large in your favorite podcast app. The Learning at Large Podcast Uncategorised

Why “Clear and Easy to Understand” can be bad

Usable Learning

Cathy Moore just put up a blog post that has her checklist for evaluating your own e-Learning design. I just saw this fascinating critique of the Kahn Academy videos (found via the Action-Reaction Blog ). c) Create a concept map of the material (described in the NY Times as “arrang[ing] information from the passage into a kind of diagram, writing details and ideas in hand-drawn bubbles and linking the bubbles in an organized way&# ).

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9 Top eLearning Trends of 2017 from 49 Experts

eLearningArt

Tony is best known in the eLearning industry for founding eLearning Learning , which pulls in blog posts from the most popular eLearning bloggers. You can read more about Clive on his blog. He’s also the author of the popular Learning & Collaboration blog. There will also be more opportunities to engage students in projects, with an emphasis on higher order thinking skills, including the creation of videos, podcasts, blogs and more.

Friday Finds: The Best Of Learning, Design & Technology | March 3, 2022

Mike Taylor

I dusted off the cobwebs and published my first blog post in a while this week to answer the question I get a lot about how I create this weekly newsletter. But have you ever wondered what’s happening in your brain to turn all these weird symbols into meaning?

Instructional Design: Something Old, Something New

Allison Rossett

Were learning professionals relying on webinars, on podcasts, on mobile learning? We expected to find reliance on podcasts and scenarios, with healthy use of online communities and discussion boards. I harkened back to these findings after reading Xyleme CLO Jeffrey Katzman’s provocative blog posting about new instructional design. Are the flaws in line 7 caused by not knowing how to write it up?

Instructional Design: Something Old, Something New

Allison Rossett

Were learning professionals relying on webinars, on podcasts, on mobile learning? We expected to find reliance on podcasts and scenarios, with healthy use of online communities and discussion boards. I harkened back to these findings after reading Xyleme CLO Jeffrey Katzman’s provocative blog posting about new instructional design. Are the flaws in line 7 caused by not knowing how to write it up?

Visual Design Tips from the eLearning Coach

eLearningArt

Serious writing: Scrivener. Podcasting: Blue Yeti mic, Skype, Call Recorder. Stories often play a big role in the courses I design because the human brain is attuned to learning through stories. What 5 books or blogs have influenced you the most? Learning: The Art of Changing the Brain: Enriching the Practice of Teaching by Exploring the Biology of Learning by James Zull. Writing: Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamott.

100 Twitter accounts for Philomaths (Lovers of Learning)

Jane Hart

BrainCraft : @Brain_Craft A web series exploring psychology, neuroscience and why we act the way we do. Brain Pickings : @brainpickings This is the Brain Pickings bot – daily blog posts, automated. Daily Writing Tips : @writing_tips Daily tips on grammar, spelling, punctuations, freelance writing and more! Did you know : @Know Feed your brain with things to know. A philomath is a lover of learning.

KEVIN THORN – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

He can be found on Twitter as @LearnNuggets, on LinkedIn, or around learning and development communities teaching and facilitating workshops where he writes articles, reviews and shares tutorials. The second challenge is writing a script. on our blog.

Hook elearners by shattering their expectation

Vignettes Learning

Lisa Cron gives enlightening insights on story and narrative development during a podcast interview. Amazon gives this glowing review for Cron’s book: "Imagine knowing what the brain craves from every tale it encounters, what fuels the success of any great story, and what keeps readers transfixed. The vast majority of writing advice focuses on "writing well" as if it were the same as telling a great story. Our brains are high-wired to look for stories.

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Smee is to Captain Hook as SME is to.?

Mitch Moldofsky

Smee : [gestures his fingers to his head] Lightning has just struck my brain. I could see why--they had a specialized product that required some expertise in order to write training for it, but they were hiring IDs to do the writing by interviewing SMEs.

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.

Multimodal Learning: Engaging Your Learner’s Senses

LearnUpon

There are four main methods of multimodal learning; visual, auditory, reading and writing and kinesthetic (VARK). For an organization delivering training, this can come in the form of a podcast, webinar, audiobook, or an instructor talking to learners face-to-face. Reading and writing. Reading and writing – the type of learning we’re most familiar with. Best Practice BlogMost corporate learning strategies start small.

Multimodal Learning: Definition, Benefits, Types & Uses

ProProfs

Every human brain processes information differently. A 2018 study by the University of Zurich shows that, like fingerprints, every human brain has a unique anatomy. Reading and Writing. Reading and writing is the more traditional method of learning.

A Conversation with Connie Malamed

Kapp Notes

I am so excited to be a stop on Connie Malamed’ s blog book tour. Connie is passionate about the field of L&D and is founder of the popular blog The eLearning Coach. She also has created an App for ID folks and does a regular podcast…one thing she apparently doesn’t do is sleep. Can you tell me why you decided to write this book? In addition, we use more brain resources to process visual information than we do to process input from any other sense.

Making Engaging Video

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… Why should you focus on making engaging video? When we’re tasked with looking at a still image for too long, our brains start to switch off.

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4 myths on how to spice things up in online learning

The eLearning Nomad

Our brains are very creative and form a lot of our own visuals. These modules are great for part of our training needs ( this blog post helps with deciding when they are useful). For a long time I thought I was the odd one out for unsubscribing from blogs that switched to podcasts/videos instead of regular well-written articles. By all means, write better text. There is a whole range of reasons why many academics can’t write , so don’t copy their language.

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How to Think Like a Futurist

WBT Systems

Rohit Bhargava, who we introduced in last week’s post on online learning trends for 2018 , spends each year thinking and writing about non-obvious trends : “unique curated observation(s) about the accelerating present.” Find out what the future of that thing might be like by reading articles, watching videos, or listening to podcasts. Associations Blog association future planning strategyEvery January, articles about trends take over the internet.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Tell me your latest/greatest books on learning.

Mark Oehlert

Main | Ive got to create a podcast on how to podcast.got any great resources? Even worse, I like bookstores better than I like libraries because I like to write in my books as I read and dog-ear pages and in general, rough them up a bit as I read them. So I was just wondering, there must be other book lovers out there and I hope (especially on this blog) that there are people who are reading books about learning.

4 myths on how to spice things up in online learning

The eLearning Nomad

Our brains are very creative and form a lot of our own visuals. These modules are great for part of our training needs ( this blog post helps with deciding when they are useful). For a long time I thought I was the odd one out for unsubscribing from blogs that switched to podcasts/videos instead of regular well-written articles. By all means, write better text. There is a whole range of reasons why many academics can’t write , so don’t copy their language.

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From Personal Trainer to Million Dollar Online Fitness Course Creator with Jono Petrohilos

LifterLMS

We dive into the journey from personal trainer to million dollar online fitness course creator with Jono Petrohilos in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett from LifterLMS. Get them on your podcast without any expectation of return, and then it will probably come back.

Morning Routine for Entrepreneurs by Chris Badgett and LifterLMS Black Friday 2020

LifterLMS

We dive into the morning routine for entrepreneurs by Chris Badgett, and LifterLMS Black Friday 2020 in this episode of the LMScast podcast. That’s our blog. I like to listen to podcasts, audio books, my YouTube subscriptions. I feed my brain for an hour, sometimes longer.

How to Build Your Audience Your Way with Linda Puig

LifterLMS

Linda Puig: When I think of introverts, I think of writing, I think of interviewing. WIIFM, that’s the radio channel for you to tune yourself to anytime you write anything for your business, make any business decisions. You can ask them to go to a blog and write comments.

How to Design the Perfect Business Model Around Content, Courses, Coaching, Community, and Retreats with Josh Hall and Chris Badgett

LifterLMS

Learn how to design the perfect business model around content, courses, coaching, community, and retreats with Josh Hall and Chris Badgett in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by LifterLMS. and check out his podcast which is a mix of design and business related content.

How I used Wordle as a basic TNA tool | Good To Great

Good To Great

← Help me write a Wordle User-focused design for gold-standard compliance training → Like Be the first to like this post. You’ve opened my brain to looking into all the ways in which I can use this great visual tool. Good To Great Pingback: Podcast #6: Tick, tick, tick, tick in the box | Tayloring it… Pingback: A panel podcast on compliance training | Good To Great Leave a Reply Cancel reply Thanks for visiting!

What characterises good e-learning?

Good To Great

Posted on August 9, 2010 by Stephanie Dedhar | 7 Comments When it came to choosing a name for my blog, someone suggested ‘good to great’ and it seemed perfect – it’s been one of my ‘themes’ over the past year or so. Isn’t the whole point of all this blogging, tweeting and networking to continually develop ourselves and our ideas, so that we can go beyond ‘good’? 11 hours ago Theme: Coraline by Automattic Blog at WordPress.com.

17 Ideas for How to Market Your Online Course and Scale with Facebook Ads with Liana Ling

LifterLMS

For example, if you record a podcast, take the transcript and summarize it into a blog post. Cut portions of the podcast into short videos to put on Facebook Reels, Instagram Reels, TikTok, and Pinterest. It’s really the reason why we have this podcast.

What is a true L&D professional?

Litmos

Now, this isn’t trivial: the human brain is arguably the most complex thing in the known universe. There is a regular stream of new books (I know, because I read and write them!) And many of those authors are writing in between their books, with blog posts or articles. And individual organizations and people offer webcasts, podcasts, videocasts, and more. (It’s

Josh Hall Helps Web Designers Create Agencies and Make Digital Products to Accelerate Freedom

LifterLMS

Learn how Josh Hall helps web designers create agencies and make digital products to accelerate freedom in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett from LifterLMS. and check out Josh’s podcast, blog, and tutorial YouTube channel. and podcasts links.

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How to Create a Hobby Niche Training Based Membership Site with Steady Lead Flow with Fisherman Devin Denman

LifterLMS

Learn how to create a hobby niche training based membership site with steady lead flow with fisherman Devin Denman in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett from LifterLMS. As Devin tried to monetize his fish blog, he worked with selling t-shirts and hated that.

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