You may have heard about accessibility in news stories related to the ADA or other legislation, but if you don’t require any assistive technologies yourself, you may have not given it a second thought…especially related to eLearning. I’m here to tell you that it’s time to think about it. Let’s start with the “why.” Why […]
From my chair at our 2015 Learning Leadership Summit, Jess Elmquist had a clear message to the assembled learning leaders. The message? Develop the skills and courage to advocate for what you need to meet business goals. I heard a similar message at the PACT* meeting last week: own your expertise and share it to […]
I hope you’re getting excited for Fredrickson’s annual Learning Leadership Summit, happening next Thursday, July 16! I know I am, for a few reasons: Unveiling Fredrickson’s new brand! You may have heard that we’re undergoing a bit of re-branding. We’re now known as Fredrickson Learning—we feel it does a better job of describing what we […]
The Learning Leadership Summit is just over a week away, and I wanted to talk a little about why I value this event so much. It’s simple: Connection = Value The Summit is one of my favorite days of the year. When I think of the Summit the terms that come to mind are: Excitement […]
One of the biggest mistakes I made when first pursuing Mobile Learning was pursuing it on my own. I really wish I would’ve spent time building relationships with advocates, partners, and allies who could help me realize my vision.
This is the first in a series of posts where I’ll address issues related to getting started with Mobile Learning.