The first two steps of AGILE instructional design (align and get set) identify and validate business performance needs and define requirements for learning and performance interventions. And with two systematic approaches (rapid task analysis and critical skills analysis), you can scope performance and rate the impact of failure to ensure your solutions best meet your learners’ needs.
Many organizations have a concentration of jobs requiring a broad base of connections to people and information; the people in these jobs probably used traditional learning to help them attain key roles. An overlooked key to their success and growth is a type of learning in which they may not have even known they were engaged. Here’s how Domino’s Pizza put PKM into practice.
by Bill Brandon
An important part of every eLearning Guild conference is recognition of those professionals who contribute to our eLearning community of practice. This year at DevLearn, the latest Guild Master, and the winners of the DemoFest received the applause and praise of those in attendance.
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getAbstract provides executives worldwide with the best in business knowledge. The subscription service now offers summaries of TED Talks; each summary incorporates hyperlinks to the exact section of the video where the speaker discusses the linked information.
by David Kelly
Since it was introduced last year, Articulate Storyline has become one of the most popular eLearning rapid- development tools on the market. The learning curve for Storyline is less steep than for some tools, but there’s still plenty to learn. Stephanie Harnett’s new book intends to fill that gap. Here’s an expert’s review of this new guide.
Today’s instructional designers and eLearning developers are faced with an incredible amount of change. We work in a shifting business landscape, with new tools and processes, as we ensure our learners transfer knowledge and skills to on-the-job competence. AGILE instructional design is one approach that may help us meet these demands more quickly and effectively.
For managers who see the benefit of anytime, anywhere access to learning opportunities, the Manager’s Guide to Mobile Learning, by Brenda Enders, will help you see the potential and outline the path to success for your mobile learning initiatives. Enders provides practical insights essential for anyone looking to dive into the mobile learning pool.
by Bill Brandon
The eLearning Guild’s second annual Performance Support Symposium, September 9 & 10 in Boston, was attended by over 200 professionals. Here is a summary and links to additional resources, plus the presentation of the latest Guild Master award to Marc Rosenberg.