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Mobile Mindset from Bottom-Line Performance

Reference: Huhn, Jake. The Mobile Mindset: How to Wow Your Learners. Bottom Line Performance.

Huhn and BLP define a mobile mindset as designing for future adaptability, even if you aren’t delivering mobile training today. 655 more words

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Open Digital Badges Get My Vote

One of our recent lectures brought digital badges to my attention.  Digital badges are  awards for learning.  This is not an area I was aware of previously and I found it very interesting, particularly as we are also creating an e-portfolio at the moment and digital badges are suited to displaying on an e-portfolios. 519 more words


Storyboarding and Powerpoint

In a previous post, I outlined the different phases of instructional design. As part of the design phase, you want to test your concepts before you develop them. 443 more words

ELearning Design & Development

I’ve been dabbling into the process of design and examined various definitions of design thinking as it applies to education. I’ve dipped into design thinking , participated in a couple of 

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Gate screens in eLearning courses

While designing a course for one of my MA assignments, I was looking for ways to make sure the learner was regularly interacting with the resource, and not just mindlessly clicking on a “next” button. 368 more words


Light a Spark, Do You!

The essence of teaching is to make learning contagious, to have one idea spark another.

– Marva Collins

Giving props today to the gifted professionals of learning.

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70-20-10 Learning Model and Technology

How can numbers represent a learning model? This learning model represents the division of types of experiences that should be provided to improve learning retention.  Before we get into the model, let’s look at how it developed. 984 more words

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