Cammy Bean has worked as an eLearning instructional designer
since the mid-90's (way back in the olden days, before we even called it eLearning!)
She is the VP of Learning Design for Kineo,
a global organization specializing in eLearning solutions. Cammy designs
learning solutions for a variety of corporate clients, and works internally
with organizational teams to build their internal capabilities through
workshops and consulting engagements.
A mom to three kids, five fish, and one lizard, Cammy lives
in Massachusetts. In addition to the occasional novel, she likes to read lots
and lots of books on instructional design and learning theory.
Are we stuck in a rut? An event-based eLearning mindset? A “default to PowerPoint” design paradigm? Maybe it’s about time
to get out of that rut through a blended journey that leads to demonstrated performance. This article offers a real-life
example of doing exactly that.
Responsive website design is the current darling of the web world and for good reason. Essentially, it means that
respond to the screen size it detects. Here’s what you need to know about responsive design for eLearning, and
to get you started using it in your projects!
When keeping the focus on the future in 2012, it’s important to include your own ongoing
professional development as part of the picture. If you’re new to the instructional design and
eLearning fields, it’s good to look at what those who are established have done to develop
themselves. If you’re an established practitioner, compare notes. Here are some tips from a top