How to Make a Good and Lasting First Impression
8 Pros and Cons of Job-Hopping
Everyone always emphasizes how important making a good first impression is, but what exactly makes up a good one? The answer can vary from person to person, depending on their interests, skills, and personality. Here are a few general go-to actions to help ensure that you’re making a good and lasting impression. What Is An […]
ISD Professionals: Four Reasons You Need a Portfolio
How does job-hopping look to potential employers? What hurts more: to stay, or to seek the right fit?
Let’s take a look at some pros and cons of job-hopping.
Dr. Greg Williams, Program Director of UMBC’s ISD Program, Interviewed by EdTech Magazine
Are you prepared for when that opportunity comes into your path, offering a chance at a fantastic project that could elevate you to the next level in your ISD career? If a potential client came calling tomorrow, would you have your best work ready to showcase? If not, read on. Why a Portfolio? To prove you […]
Scenario-Based eLearning: What it Is and Why it’s Important
In a recent article, A New Seat in the C-Suite: Chief Digital Officers Find a Place on College Campuses, Amy Burroughs of EDTech Magazine, investigated the many challenges that colleges and universities are facing as a result of the digital era’s evolving landscape. She discusses the roles of Chief Digital Officers (CDO) and how they […]
Connie Malamed, blogger at the eLearning Coach, recently interviewed Ruth Colvin Clark, PhD, for a podcast that explored topics related to scenario-based e-learning. What is scenario-based learning? In the podcast, Dr. Clark started off with providing a definition of what exactly a scenario is. While she said scenario-based learning has several names and definitions, she […]