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by Sarah Gilbert
4.23.14 | Online Events Archive | "Best of" Webinars
With mobile learning (mLearning) increasingly gaining buzz in organizations, instructional designers—especially eLearning designers—are searching for ways to build their . . .
by Megan Torrance
4.21.14 | Learning Solutions Magazine | Feature
Agile project management is an approach for managing a creative project process, where team members accept and expect change throughout the life of the project. Here are the hallmarks of the agile process, and a way to begin learning how (and why) to put this effective, fluid approach to work for your eLearning development projects.
by Sarah Kesher, Melissa Chambers
4.11.14 | Online Events Archive | Online Forums 2014
When a learning project goes horribly awry, often our first instinct is to run away—screaming, in some cases. But we usually don’t have the freedom to flee, and instead need to a . . .
4.9.14 | Research Library | Survey
In this report, Steven Hoober, with Patti Shank, analyzes the results of studies of how people hold, touch, and use the various tablet sizes, and explores the implications for the design of mobile interfaces and mLearning.
by Bianca Woods
3.20.14 | Conference Archive | Learning Solutions Conference & Expo 2014
Infographics are an incredibly popular way of displaying data and framing information. However, we’ve all seen examples where infographics have been unclear or even downright confusi . . .
by Roger Courville
3.11.14 | Online Events Archive | Sponsored Webinars
As learning and development professionals, we know that we’re wired for stories. The problem is, we’ve got to teach facts and figures and processes and tools—which can ge . . .
contributing editor, Karen Forni
2.26.14 | Publications Library | Guild eBooks
Effectively addressing failures and mistakes in learning projects can strengthen relationships with customers and stakeholders and improve end results. This eBook provides 76 tips to help turn potential disaster into triumph.
by Dorian Peters
2.12.14 | Online Events Archive | Thought Leaders Webinar Series
As designers of learning experiences, how much do we really know about how people learn? How do we design environments that support the cognitive and affective sides of learning, and how . . .
by Marc Rosenberg, Steve Foreman
9.9.13 | Conference Archive | Performance Support Symposium 2013
Instead of just helping people learn what they need to know, why not go further and help people achieve what they need to do? While performance support was first introduced 22 years ago in . . .
by Marc Rosenberg
6.6.13 | Publications Library | White papers
As jobs become more complex, workers not only need better and faster access to knowledge, they require direct performance support (PS). This white paper examines the business case for PS and how companies are making it work.
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