The COVID-19 pandemic has changed all of our lives in so many unexpected ways, many of which have been profoundly challenging. It’s difficult to know what the ‘new normal’ could be, let alone when we know when we’ve got there. That’s why I enjoyed this blog post from...[Read More]
As a learning and development pro, you’ll know how important it is to keep learning. And as a human, you may well want to give something back to the community. Voluntary learning design work is the obvious way to do both of those – but it’s tricky to find such a niche...[Read More]
It’s the season for lists of learning tools. Jane Hart at the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies publishes her top 200 tools for learning list every September, and L&D pros are sharing to share their lists on social media in the run up to its...[Read More]
What does great learning design look like to you? The answer will depend on your learners and the tools you use, but it probably features engaging content that changes behaviour in the way that you planned. It looks professional and doesn’t blow the budget, and it...[Read More]
Drawing learning design lessons from DevLearn Gaining insights from experts is always a fantastic way to learn – especially when there are thousands of them in the same place as you. However, New Zealand’s small population means we struggle to get that many people...[Read More]
Like most L&D pros, I can’t stop myself learning. My trip to Boston, USA, last month for the Docebo|Inspire event reminded me of this – I thought I knew plenty about learning technology, but as you’ll know for yourself, there’s always more to discover. There were...[Read More]
My ‘Social Learning Guidebook’ is one of 6 free books providing practical ideas, questions, & actions, for anyone engaged in transforming their Org. Centred on the Scaffolded Social Learning approach & design skills we need to support learning journeys.