Jeff Batt

Founder and Head Trainer/Sensei, Learning Dojo

Jeff has 10+ years experience in the digital learning and media industry. Currently he is Founder and Head Trainer/Sensei at Learning Dojo, a company dedicated to training you to become a software ninja in a variety of eLearning, web and mobile related software applications. Jeff is also the Lead eLearning Producer for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, producing online training for the Church world wide.  Jeff is a regular conference speaker and industry leader regarding eLearning technologies such as TinCan API (xAPI), Articulate Storyline, Adobe Edge Animate, Captivate, Camtasia, HTML 5, and More.

Latest by Jeff Batt

Why We Need to Focus on Personalized Learning
January 10, 2018

Instead of one-size-fits-all learning, designers need to focus on personalized learning that tailors content to give individual learners options.

Design for Mobile First: CSS Best Practices for Responsive HTML
September 29, 2016

“Design for mobile first” is advice that we see and hear often, but what does it mean? Does this mean we actually design our mobile solutions first and then design again for everything else, or does it mean we should just have in our plans that we should also publish to mobile? The answer is surprisingly simple, and you will find that answer here.

How to Make Your Learning Adaptable and Personalized
August 23, 2016

Have you ever wanted to have different paths through your eLearning, based on the user’s knowledge or on user answers to questions? That’s part of what it means to make learning adaptable and personalized! This is key to getting your eLearning out of the one-size-fits-all approach that turns off so many learners. Here’s how to tailor eLearning to each learner if you are using Storyline!

One Size Won't Fit All: The Future of Personalized Digital Learning
July 15, 2016

Here’s another takeaway from The eLearning Guild’s FocusOn Learning Conference & Expo: What if your digital learning could adapt, adjust, read, and assess the needs of each of your “digital students,” then serve up a personalized course specific to each of them based on their personal learning history? We already have the technology to do this. This article explains what’s needed.