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Animations: When to Use Them and When to Lose Them

Ruth Colvin Clark

Animations are pretty easy to build on slides or computer screens, and they can look slick. So why not use them? A series of research experiments compared learning of processes such as how brakes work or how toilets flush, from lessons that used either a series of still... More »

Formal Analysis for Informal Learning

Juana Llorens

During the analysis phase, ask yourself how you can align your workforce needs to the organizational strategic objectives, and how you can make learning tools available informally. An “audience analysis” is critical in this phase. More »

Improving Educational Accountability in Colorado

“Three years ago, CDE approached the nonprofit National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment (NCIEA)—whose mission is to help improve student achievement through enhanced practices in educational assessment and accountability—to jointly... More »

Leadership Development:No Size Fits Everyone?

Lisa J. Downs, CPLP

Much has been written lately about the shift of workplace learning and performance to be increasingly self-directed as we continue to have options for self-service in many aspects of our lives. Patricia McLagan, in her December 2011 T+D article The Amazing Era of Self-S... More »

Aligning Training with Priority Outcomes at NPS

In “Aligning Training with Priority Outcomes at NPS,” Irene Connelly discusses the decisions made by the National Park Service to adapt a new performance management program. She dives into the results of the program as well as the NPS’s decision-making... More »

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