Tampa Bay Articulate User Group June Meeting

I will be presenting at the Tampa Bay Articulate User Group meeting June 16. The topic?  MadLibs. I shared this tactic a few times before: http://businesscriticallearning.com/blog/2011/03/14/using-madlibs-and-concatenate-for-assessments/ The tactic is still effective, and Storyline has some fantastic tools to kick it up a notch. Anyone wanting to experiment during the session (or afterwards) can download files here: ... Read More
 

Top 10 Tools 2016

Time to participate in Jane Hart‘s annual Top 100 Tools for Learning survey for 2016! As I did last year, I will note 5 tools I use for my own development and 5 tools I use for developing resources for others. Top 5 tools used for my own development (one change from last year): Here ... Read More
 

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A Strange, but Fond Farewell

Soon, I start the next phase of my career with a new organization after working with the same company for more than a decade. It promises to be an amazing experience. Key connections and friends from my prior role have said their goodbyes or made arrangements to stay connected. However, there is one group in particular ... Read More
 

New Opportunity- What is it? (actually, I’m not sure)

Last week, I announced accepting the role of Sr. Curriculum Designer for Restaurant Magic (I was overwhelmed by how many of you reached out to extend congratulations). The company has a great team and management staff (all who pass Guy Kawasaki’s shopping center test). I am very excited – despite not knowing exactly what I am going to be ... Read More
 

Delay in Site Upgrade

Due to a theme upgrade, the site will be updated in mid-September. This will impact layout and may limit access to certain materials for a short period of time.