Posted on

Evidence-Based Deep Learning – 12 Tips from Patti Shank

eLearningArt-Deep-Learning_Patti-Shank

When we’re building workplace learning, we want to make sure it delivers on the promise of behavioral change. And to get there, we need to follow evidence-based practices.  Problem is, who has time to source, study, and sort out academic research in cognitive science, instructional theory, and education? Luckily, we have Patti Shank! Patti has…

Read more

Posted on

eLearning Development: It’s Easier When Slides Have Jobs

eLearningArt_Slide_Development_001

It’s a great feeling when all the needs-assessing, info-gathering, SME-wrangling, script-writing and other just-getting-ready details of a workplace learning program finally fall into place. It’s time to move over to program development, at last! So why does the elearning development step often feel so exasperating?? I think it’s because most of us are stuck working…

Read more

Posted on

eLearning Design: Design Success is Just a Few Clicks Away!

eLearningArt_Design_Treatment_001_Header

Last week I shared my #1 best recommendation for controlling the design conversation: Be proactive, not reactive, in design conversations with stakeholders. You learned how I offer a choice of design treatments to project stakeholders. And, you learned my secret, too. I only show reliable, proven styles that me and my team can get done…

Read more

Posted on

How to Build Compliance Training in 5 Easy Steps

eLearningArt_How_to_Build_Compliance_Training_5-easy-steps

Compliance. It’s everyone’s groan and moan workplace learning, but does it have to be? In fact, compliance topics can be interesting, compelling, and critical — a kind of critical mass that can make them fun for us developers and thought-provoking and relevant for our learners. Like I said in the Importance of Compliance Training article, when it…

Read more