eLearning

If you were able to join us at the Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders on April 3, you got to hear Mike Rustici speak about Tin Can API. Mike gave us an informative, thought-provoking introduction to the what, why and how of this new protocol. You witnessed his enthusiasm for the possibilities of this new […]

The Business of Learning

Recently, I’ve seen quite a few questions posted on boards that I follow asking “What’s the best tool for…?” Often, I’m curious as to why the question is being asked. I’ll say to myself, “based on what requirements?” Or “given what parameters?” And, “to what purpose?” I often end up banging my head, not responding, […]

The Business of Learning

Author’s Note:This blog entry is the third in a series I started to capture what I thought were important points from the April 2013 Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders meeting. The discussion topic of this Roundtable meeting was Building a Better Relationship with your LMS Vendor. Here’s a link to my first entry and the […]

The Business of Learning

Author’s Note:This blog entry is the second in a series I started to capture what I thought were important points from the April 2013 Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders meeting. The discussion topic of this Roundtable meeting was Building a Better Relationship with your LMS Vendor. Here’s a link to my first entry in this […]

The Business of Learning

The April 2013 Fredrickson Roundtable for Learning Leaders meeting topic addressed the question of how learning professionals can build a successful relationship with their LMS vendor. The session was so packed with information and ideas worth summarizing, that it will take more than one blog entry to do it! This blog concentrates on sharing the […]

The Business of Learning

A while ago, I came across a blog post from Clive Shepard titled, Do instructional designers need to know about what they are designing? I was eager to dive into Clive’s blog and finally get some clarity on this issue. Instead, what I read was a classic pro-con argument for both positions, but with only […]