I’ve been working with a national not-for-profit client over the last several months to support the modernization and transformation of their learning function. Their programming, except for a recent adoption of webinars, had been delivered via workshops across the country.
In preparation for a session I’ll be presenting with CATIE at their Blended Learning Symposium, I’ve put together some great blended learning resources. Video Conferencing Platforms (free or low cost options) Fuze - https://www.fuze.com/ (free option for under 20 users) Google Hangouts
I have to share this presentation by Cammy Bean (@cammybean) because it so truly reflects how most of the instructional designers I know got into the field – which is by accident. In my opinion, the accidental part is a
Those of you who know me, know I love my coffee. You’ll also know that I’ve been dreaming of getting up on a Saturday morning and being able to brew my own cappuccino without exposing myself to the Canadian polar
I really wanted to attend the Learning Solutions conference this year but the timing didn’t work out. Fortunately, however, I know that David Kelly (@LnDDave), the jedi of conference curation, is leading the backchannel and resources, which means I’m almost
I really enjoyed this interview and discussion with Simon Buckingham Shum on the possibilities of using software to analyze meaningful learning analytics from MOOCs. I find myself intrigued with the possibility of a computer learning to identify between deep and
As a learning professional, I can honestly say that I’m not going to miss 2013 from a workplace learning perspective. 2013 seemed to start off without too much fanfare, but it didn’t take long for things to unravel into a
It’s late September and looking at the calendar, it’s been several months since I’ve spent the time to reflect and blog. I don’t have any great excuses. I wasn’t busier than usual, or otherwise engaged in some reflective practice elsewhere.
I recently finished reading Sheryl Sandberg’s new book. Before you stop reading, let me start by saying that this post is not about contributing to either side of the spectrum of reviews of Sheryl Sandberg’s (Facebook COO) Lean In: Women,