With many organizations finally taking online learning seriously, we're hearing this question a lot: "How Long Will it Take to create this eLearning". And sometimes it's asked this way, "How much does it cost based on how much time is required by the employee".
Brian Fanzo joins Brent and Chris for a session all about making the career switch to working online. With so many folks mandated to work from home, now is the time to get aqaunited to a new era of our careers.
Welcome to our special 100th episode! Hard to believe we've been at this for 100 episodes now. Thank you for joining us and being a part of our community. This week's guest is Alexander Salas. He is an outspoken instructional designer, eLearning developer, and podcaster.
This session contains content created for visual intake and is best fitted for such. For this session of IDIDOC, show hosts bring on Kevin Thorn for his third session of Drink'n'Draw! In this month's segment we will help instructional designers improve their craft by SEEING their projects differently.
Need to better tap into the mind of your learners? It might be time to expand your strategy from ADDIE and test out a new way of creating better learning experiences. Design Thinking might be your answer. But before making the switch, you'll want to ask yourself 5 very important questions...
Lots of people think about using video when using microlearning, but going micro is much more than that. Check out this awesome session with presentation from special guest Carla Torgerson on mircolearning!
Video-based learning is on the rise... and has been since the launch of YouTube in 2005. Mobile devices, apps, and social media, are some of the drivers behind this trend. It's a tech trend in businesses with cautiously curious executives wondering how to use it as a competitive advantage.
Transitioning from well-known and older practices into new is never easy. Especially when it involves modern technology with nearly guaranteed huge learning curves. In this episode of IDIODC, Becky Willis, an experienced learning strategist, joins Brent and Chris for an episode to discuss new L&D strategies - how they affect the instructional designer and how you can embrace them yourself!