Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

Editor’s Note: The seventh-annual Learning Leadership Summit on July 18, will feature bestselling author and speaker Nick Tasler presenting Think Strategically & Act Decisively. Nick has kindly agreed to get the conversation started with a few pre-Summit blog entries about his new work. My new book Why Quitters Win is based on what I call […]

The Business of Learning - learning ecosystems

Tin Can API, previously and variously known as project Tin Can, Experience API, and Next Generation SCORM, is the next generation of SCORM and AICC. It is such a departure in technical and design terms though that it has a brand new name. Tin Can API is ADL’s (ADL owns the SCORM specifications) new content […]

Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

At the May 8 Intersect meeting, we had a meaningful, informative, and sometimes humorous discussion about Content Management System (CMS) selection and implementation. Members from three organizations shared their experiences: Donna Mork of Stearns County Laura Winge and Christoper Sprung of MN DEED Megan Ryan and Kristi Tramp of the MN Housing Finance Agency In […]

Mobile Learning - mobile first design

In April I had an opportunity to deliver a presentation to PACT in Minneapolis on the challenges of designing a good mobile user experience. As more of us use mobile devices for different activities (50+% of Americans have a smartphone and 52.5 million of us have a tablet), interest in mobile learning (mLearning) continues to […]

The Business of Learning - learning ecosystems

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 - learning ecosystems

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 […]