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
We’ve launched a mobile site using WPTouch mobile plugin for WordPress. It should auto-detect what mobile device you are using and send you to a compatible theme. If the site is not rendering properly on your mobile device, please let us know so we can look into it. Thanks for the patience.
In preparation for the Learning Solutions Conference and the launch of my colleague’s Internet Security Awareness Training business, the site will be going through a significant redevelopment in the next few weeks. This upgrade will better serve our short term needs coming up as well as longer term planned actions for Business Critical Learning. Stay ... Read More
Internet Security Awareness Training (ISAT) using SCORMCloud to be unveiled shortly. Amazing project. Amazing team. I think this one will be a game-changer. The leader on this project is a visionary and great guy to work with (more when they go into public beta, but I am VERY eager to tell more of the story). ... Read More
I recently had the opportunity to beta test OpenSesame (www.opensesame.com). It is an interesting platform to allow developers to upload and sell content, and for companies to purchase that content and run it on their LMS- any LMS as the site claims. Really? Any LMS? Had to check this out myself, as I have ... Read More