Have you ever stopped watching a particular news broadcast because you were not a “fan” of the lead anchor? Or maybe because of the format? Or both?Details
In my previous blog post, Your New Role: Learning Content Curator, I underscored the need for corporate learning professionals to begin to let go of content creation and start nurturing a content curation mindset.Details
Knowing where to leap is a critical skill. But, so is building something great once you get there.
The difference between the artist and the (tradesperson) lies in the artist’s diagnostic abilities.
~ Adapted from Gilbert, Thomas
Are your employees fully engaged with the goals of your organization? Are they onboard with a solid understanding of your company’s direction? Do they thoroughly know your brand? We spend so much time and energy strategizing about how to improve our organization’s success as well as investing in tools and training, but are these efforts truly working?Details
In the eLearning Guild forum in LinkedIn, a member recently lamented:
“The word ‘interactive’ is used a lot in marketing materials for eLearning products, even if all it has are multiple choice questions … Influenced by gaming, to me “interactive” means something closer to “simulation” than pressing a radio button in a multiple choice on-line test.”Details
In the June 21 edition of Learning Solutions magazine, Rick Wilson throws down the gauntlet and admonishes eLearning designers and developers, saying Learning Content Is Not Your Job Any More. Wilson states that until recently, “As learning professionals we fostered the belief that content prepared for learning environments stands apart from other content … and, we managed to get away with this concept about the significance of learning content because adult education bestowed a particular credence on the content’s worth [by labeling it a] ‘course.’Details
Innovative designs and happy clients. That’s what Jim Barnes is all about.
As the Creative Director at Media 1, Jim leads a team of designers that develop corporate learning portals for Onboarding, sales, and leadership using SharePoint™ — as well as other web-based training courses, eLearning applications/tools, and eMercials (or Flash-based animations).Details