What’s a better word for “Learner”?

What do you call “the people who receive the stuff we make“? Specifically, the adult learners for whom we develop educational content with the goal of helping them perform better in their organizations. Many thanks to JD Dillon for his recent post “We should stop using the term “learner” because …” which has sparked some great discussion and […]

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8 points to Multiple Choice done right

Some people claim that multiple choice questions are a bad idea. But just because a tool can be misused doesn’t make that tool bad. Multiple choice assessments can be very valuable if done right, and they do happen to be the  standard in all forms of testing and surveying, anyway. So let’s make them correctly, […]

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Learning from Learning Conferences

If you’ve attended or presented at enough conferences, you start to get the hang of how these things work. Last week while presenting at the Training 2016 conference, and I finally figured out a few things out that I wish I would’ve known before. Here are my top five: Very few people started off in Learning & […]

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DevLearn 2015
YES!!! I’m speaking at DevLearn

Coming hot on the heels of our recent raving success of a presentation for The eLearning Guild, Lee Rodrigues and I are (way too) excited to be presenting again for the first time at DevLearn 2015. Our session is entitled: Video Within Reach: Myth-Busting & Testing To Greatness, and in it we’ll be showing attendees how to prioritize […]

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Guess who’s presenting for The eLearning Guild?

You know how every once in a while you hit one of those little milestones that is actually big or emotionally impactful? One of those markers that makes you stop and say “Wow, I guess I made it here! How ’bout that now?” Well, I have one of those coming up in a week because I’m doing a […]

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