This week on IDIODC, Brent and Chris bring back on another special returning guest from a past episode. We wanted to revisit the great conversation from last episode on instructional comics, so we decided to bring back the awesome Kevin Thorn!
During this episode of IDIODC, the gang brings on special guest Tanya Seidel to chat inclusive design and accessibility. This session will focus on some of the easier things you can do in development that have a big impact on a course's accessibility.
In time of overloaded schedules, smartphones and on-demand resources everywhere, it is getting more and more difficult to get through to our learners. L&D programs need to be ruthlessly relevant in today’s world.
Following up on last year's conversation about the differences between ISD in Higher Education and ISD in Corporate/Enterprise environments, Cara North joins the conversation for the second time. Also going over the amazing interactive presentation she gave at TLDC19 that is so highly rated. It's a mystery... so you'll have to join us to learn more.
In the past, teachers were responsible for “reading the room” and “getting a feel” for how learners were responding. But todays technologies help us discover more about them through their digital body language.
This episode was made for you if you're wondering what the heck to get for that instructional designer or eLearning developer in your life. This episode is all about the things we love to use in our professional work.
Brent and Chris count down 10(ish) gifts ideas for learning professionals. In the spirit of being budget conscious, all items are kept under $100USD. However, there may be a couple exceptions that will be well worth the added expense.
For the next 39 minutes, Chris and Brent bring on Mike Taylor from Mindset Digital! The three chat about great ways to instil entertaining and digestible learning experiences.
Known for his practical, street-savvy style; with over two decades of real-life, in-the-trenches experience, designing and delivering learning experiences, Mike Taylor understands that effective learning isn’t about the latest fad or trendy new tools.
Brent and Chris bring on one of the most influential stewards of the xAPI standard, Aaron Silvers. He holds all the scars of battles won of taking the learning analytics need from idea to Government standard.
During this episode, the three take a trip down memory lane and talk about WHY xAPI needed to be born, and how a small but dedicated band of OG's made that happen. Aaron is now working with analytics and big data in a BIG way. So we're certain to cover that topic as well. Join us for a...