E-LEARNING

As simple as it sounds, there is a ton of nuance behind the design of good e-learning. It is not rocket science, but it is a science. Learn the best principles from this section of the blog.

E-Learning

MARGIE MEACHAM – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS (SEASON II)

In this engaging interview with Learnnovators, Margie, known for her innovative use of artificial intelligence in educational strategies, discusses the integration of AI and neuroscience in creating compelling, personalized learning experiences that challenge traditional methods and pave the way for the future of training and development. Margie’s vision for utilizing AI to facilitate ‘just-in-time’ learning that adapts to individual needs exemplifies her creativity and forward-thinking.

E-Learning

SHOULD WE REALLY GIVE LEARNERS CONTROL?

The question of learner control has always been an important issue in e-learning. Some argue that giving learners control over their learning process can enhance engagement and improve learning outcomes. At the same time, there is a tangible fear that too much control can lead to distractions and ineffective learning. In this article, we explore the idea of learner control and examine whether it is truly beneficial for learners or not.

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CAMMY BEAN – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Cammy Bean shares her insights on the challenges she had faced in the past being an accidental instructional designer herself. She explains her views on how Artificial Intelligence is all set to revolutionize the way we design and deliver our learning solutions today. Cammy’s advice to learning designers on dealing with the disruptions getting triggered by AI, is highly thought-provoking.

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CONRAD GOTTFREDSON – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Conrad Gottfredson shares his insights on the need for prioritizing performance support over the traditional approaches to workplace training. He explains his views on the significance of re-imagining workplace learning by shifting from a ‘learning’ mindset to a ‘performance-first’ mindset. Con’s recommendation to extend our reach into the workflow – where the real learning takes place, is highly thought-provoking.

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THE SNIFF TEST: WAS THAT REALLY A DESIGN SOLUTION?

The way vendors prepare proposals, even the topics they address, are very varied. Then how do you compare effectively and see if a vendor has given you a thoughtful proposal, with an actual solution?

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STELLA COLLINS – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Stella Collins shares her insights on how learning really works in the human brain. She explains her views on the significance of having a better understanding of ‘brain science’ and mastering ways to bring that into learning design. Stella’s recommendation to give people the ‘skills of learning’ first before we ask them to self-direct their learning, is highly thought-provoking.

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CONFIRMATION BIAS AND BAD DESIGN REASONING

We come across training design declarations on social media that range from the strange to the utterly unfounded as we all rush to generate content so that we can claim design thought-leadership. All of us who are content creators can sympathize with that pressure, for sure! But, it’s also necessary to be wary because sometimes the claims we make are the result of seriously flawed reasoning.

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HOW TO GIVE A BETTER DESIGN BRIEFING TO YOUR E-LEARNING VENDOR

If you search online, you’ll see many articles that address how e-learning vendors should document the design brief. There’s not much help if you’re on the other side of the table and wondering how to get the best from a vendor you’re talking to. So, to help out, here are some tips we put together from our experiences!

E-Learning

NICK SHACKLETON JONES – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Nick Shackleton Jones shares his insights on how people really learn. He explains his views on the difference between education and learning in the context of our workplaces. Nick’s recommendation to provide relevant resources, accessible at the point of need to our people at work, so as to ensure that ‘less learning’ will take place, is highly thought-provoking.

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