You've probably heard about Learning Experience Platforms, but have you ever thought about being a Learning Experience Designer?
Starting the episode off with some serious dad jokes, Brent and Chris go through a couple great examples of interactive video seen and used, in order to build a reference framework. Based off of Paul's DevLearn session in October 2018.
You’ll discover how these models can then be applied to different types of learning needs, contexts, and situations to take advantage of each model’s strengths. You’ll gain a range of practical tips to help you make your designs come to life with the best possi...
Kristen Hayden Safdie joins this week's episode of IDIODC with Brent and Chris to disscuss the intersection of design thinking and instructional design. Kristen goes over in large part the idea of empathy mapping - but, how do these empathy maps help training departments and businesses? Check it out in the session here!
Mark Lassoff will be joining us to discuss some of the things you'll need to learn in order to effectively supplement your ID knowledge with some digital design skills.
The author Sharon Boller joins us for a conversation on learner experience design and shares some practical case studies that have successfully implemented an LX strategy.
Joining us this week is Chuck Hodell to talk with us about riding the Instructional Design Wave. We'll focus on how to find the best design solutions for our learning populations based on the competing interests of technology and clients. Joins us for the great conversation.
On this episode of IDIODC, Brian Washburn joins to show us a simple yet elegant periodic table of learning elements that will help level up your Instructional Design.
Storytelling and Instructional Design are a match made in heaven when it comes to learner engagement. But there are researched and backed reasons why this pair works so well together.
In this epsiode of IDIODC, the gang will touch on some key elements to consider nowadays, share what can possibly go wrong when you don’t, and spark your creativity for designing activities for a global audience.