If you feel like people really connect with and act on the messages youdeliver, stop reading. This isn’t for you. If you feel that you would benefit from techniques make strong connections with your audience to inspire and make important changes, you should be exploring the techniques shared by our keynote speaker for Day 2: ... Read More
http://www.slideshare.net/nickfloro/desigining-for-mobile-learning Once you download the slides Nick Floro made available for his session on Designing for mLearning: What You Need to Know to Get Started, there isn’t really much more that I can add to the presentation except to clarify a select few items by adding just a little bit of additional context. Nobody can ... Read More
Ray Jimenez, PhD presented a case study for session 411 during the Learning Solutions conference. What he demonstrated was a very strong design which clearly integrates business objectives and job performance metrics with formal and informal development interventions. Alerts to managers for variances in key performance metrics The core is a performance tracking tool. Key ... Read More
After presenting my session at Learning Solutions 2011, I attended “Creating Engaging Learning Designs” with Joseph Fournier of Amerigroup. Most of his presentation was fairly straightforward advice that we all should be following already: Most of the presentation were tips such as these that most of us have learned, but often lose sight of during ... Read More
This tweet from Brent Schlenker of the Elearning Guild is the best summary of the opening keynote for the Learning Solutions 2011 Conference by Dr. Medina. This will be a long blog (blong). After seeing the stream of tweets on the keynote and some live blogs, I felt it would be difficult for anyone who ... Read More
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