Browse the newsfeed of Facebook on any given day and you’re bound to see quotes that say things like the harder you work, the more you’ll reap and to realize your dreams you’ve got to take appropriate steps toward them. Listen to any motivational speaker and the advice that comes out loud and clear is […]
* Can you guess for how long learning technology has been around? Ever wonder about its origins? We recently came across a comprehensive timeline in a blog post titled, A Brief History of Instructional Design, detailing the history of Instructional Design. The article talks about how back in the 1950’s, B.F. Skinner published his article […]
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.
eLearning can be intimidating to many because it requires us to adapt and change to a new way of teaching and learning. Change is tough. We want progress, but not change. eLearning requires us to change. Change often arrives before growth. While eLearning may be regarded as a positive change, others may dispute that. What […]
This week’s blog entry, The Instructional Design Mold to Autism Training, was written by Vijayshree Rautela The instructional design formula, when correctly implemented, can make training for any type of target audience effective. It lays down a clear path for the instructional designer to follow right from analyzing and identifying the training need, determining what […]