3 Job Searching Tips for Instructional Technologists
What are Some Tricks to Google Search?
We wanted to share some job searching tips from Connie Malamed, blogger at the eLearning Coach, and a close friend of ISD Now. She recently shared her podcast on “Finding a Job in Instructional Technology,” with us. In the podcast, Connie interviews Joe Fournier, Director of Instructional Design and Technology, who has hired several individuals within the […]
6 Ways to Design Effective eLearning Courses
Curious about knowing some tricks to Google search? They do exist. Most of us who are busy professionals are trying to save time. We’ve only got so many hours in a day to get things accomplished. If you’re like most, you’ve probably researched the best ways to streamline processes and create systems to make life easier and help you work more efficiently […]
End of The Year Evaluation: How’d Your Training Programs Do?
To design effective eLearning courses, one must pay special attention to the nuances that can make or break a learning environment. A critical component to a successful course is one that is well-designed in terms of being engaging, practical and easy to navigate. For a course to be effective, students must be interested and motivated […]
When Your Go-To-Person is Gone!
There are only a few weeks left until the end of the year. Things are about to slow down in advance of the holiday season, so hopefully you can take advantage of this time and reflect upon the learning programs you implemented over the past year. Check out David Vance’s article on Chief Learning Officer’s […]
Written by: Ryan McShane Are you prepared if your “go-to employee” leaves? We all have them – a go-to-person in our organization. You know the one. We call on them when no one else can (get ‘r done) and when we need it done yesterday. And… we do this often. So, what happens when your […]