In this episode of IDIODC, Tom Spiglanin, author of "Everyone's Guide to Teleworking", joins us to help us talk through the future ahead. Come join us and bring your stories of success and/or failure from the past 12 months.
In this episode you'll learn how to use visual communications to create engaging learning experiences. You'll explore how to use visual communication techniques to visualize your learning content and help your learners see what you're saying. Best of all, this episode will focus on tips anyone can use, regardless of their current art or graphic design skills.
In this episode, we were joined by special guest LaTarshia Wooten. We discussed why microlearning is a trend and what value it adds to your business. We also discuss different methods for creating microlearning videos and the pros and cons of each.
In this episode, with special guest Fergal Connelly, we will discuss some evidence-based approaches to designing learning that elicit learning transfer. Learn more about Instructional Designers In Offices Drinking Coffee on our website at IDIODC.com
Rachel Dillion joins us on this episode and will help us investigate slides, microlearning videos, and other common L&D project forms to determine what is and what is not working visually. This episode is about building a design vocabulary and our confidence to support our own design decisions.
In this episode we are excited to talk with an instructional designer who recently successfully navigated this common request: "Can you build us a training course?". There is a lot more to this story as well, from project management, to tool selection, to reviewing content, and gaining customer buy-in.
In this episode, our guest Bianca Baumann returns for her third appearance. She'll help us explore user persona examples to see how personas can be applied to your learning solutions. You’ll learn how to ensure your design actually aligns with learner personas and the biggest dos and don’ts when creating them.
Jumping into xAPI for the first time can seem daunting. Almost as daunting as learning to become an eLearning game designer. As luck would have it, we've found an eLearning game designer who recently took the plunge into the wonderful world of xAPI and used his knowledge of game design and blend the two as a learning opportunity.
In this microlearning course the learner must complete the learning within each short lesson in order to provide a structured path for the learner through the scaffolded lessons. And after completing the lesson, their understanding is assessed by a set of test questions. Built in Flow, the microlearning course can be taken on any device or screen – whatever best suits the learner’s needs.