Can you identify an action mapped course in the wild? What might it look like? Learn more.
Want to write realistic, subtle scenario questions? Here are some techniques that can help. Learn more.
Why do people continue to believe in debunked learning styles? Let’s look at why the belief is appealing and how we can respond to the believers on our team. Learn more.
Can Bob the training guy get $40,000 to develop his course? Find out how a strong goal can justify your project and focus your design. Learn more.
This is the second part of a story that started here. We’re going to compare the training that results from two versions of a goal: Salespeople will know all the product features Mega and mongo widget sales will increase 5%…
Do your stakeholders insist on believing in myths like learning styles? Here’s how to bust some myths. Learn more.
Do they want it yesterday? Here are three ways to save a lot of time when you’re designing training. Learn more.
Is it ever okay to lead people by the nose through a new experience, or does that make us control freaks? Let’s look at an example. Learn more.
We’ve all seen scenario questions that are too obvious. But how can we make them more challenging? Let’s fix a boring question right now. Learn more.
Elearning has genies, superheroes, and wizards. Live training has the all-knowing instructor. I say all of them should stop being so darned helpful. Learn more.
How can you create a lively start to your course? Try these five techniques to get learners involved and kick up the pace. Learn more.
You’ve decided a branching scenario will be part of your project. But how long should it be? See an example and some tips. Read more.
Do you feel like you’re an assembly line worker in a course factory, expected to crank out training on demand? Break free of the assembly line with a strong kickoff meeting that puts you in charge. Learn more.
“What tips do you have for giving webinars?” People have asked this a lot lately, so here’s my opinionated answer. Learn more.
A measurable business goal is a great way to focus your training and show how your work helps your organization. Here’s how to create one. Learn more.
Here are a few fun stories from the wild world of interactive fiction. Try them out to see cool techniques you can steal for your training scenarios. Read more.