We asked B.J. Schone to join us and help facilitate this conversation. He's an experienced instructional designer and has been in both departments over his career. Join us for this fun and informative conversation. You may even find yourself wanting to change directions in your career.
Jim Goodell is the editor of the new book The Learning Engineering Toolkit. He joined us to talk about the growing number of practitioners adapting to this more complete understanding of the work we do, and services Learning Engineering provides for the enterprise.
In this episode we talk with Jo Cook to discuss her research with Jane Daly, Behavioral Scientist specializing in evidence-based culture and capability transformation. Jo was with us last December to discuss early insights of this research, so we’re excited to have her back to see what has and hasn’t changed in the past 12 months!
On this week of #IDIODC Mike Taylor joins us to talk about no-code tools that can help you improve your workflow and make you more efficient. If you're not sure what no-code tools are and how they can help you, then this episode is perfect for you.
On this week of #IDIODC Rachel Allen Dillon returns with more powerful visual designs. Join us for all of Rachel's tips on visual design and avoiding cognitive overload. This is a show you don't want to miss.
Tim Slade join us to help everyone get started with storyboarding. We'll talk about learning the process of storyboarding as different from your instructional design work. But also take full advantage of your efforts designing instruction to help in the storyboarding process.
In this episode of Drink'n'Draw Kevin Thorn joins us and offers an opportunity for you to practice your sketchnoting skills this summer. You're taking a vacation anyways, so you might as well do a little professional upskilling at the same time, right?