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Check Your Bags at the Door?

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Melissa Westmoreland

One of the unique aspects of working with adult learners is the wealth of life experience they bring with them. This provides richness in our interactions and can deepen our training, but we must also remember that all of us carry problems and issues, or what is more co... More »

How to Use Humor in Training

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Carol Decker

Its often suggested that as trainers, we begin our sessions with a story, perhaps a humorous one. But once youre done telling your tale, you must figure out how to maintain the energy generated by the story. While we know humor can be a useful attribute to any training ... More »

The IDMM Approach for Developing Online Courses

Brad Loiselle

With the advancement of technology and the requirement to be online, the IDMM helps better define the process an instructional designer would follow when developing an online course. The Instructional Design Maturity Model (IDMM) illustrates the connection between the i... More »

Case Study: More Than a Game

Rex Davenport

A customized learning event was designed to illustrate the power of mobile learning by putting the devices into the hands of competing teams. In a part of the world where television plays no major role and other mass media falls short, mobile devices have become the kin... More »

Social Media Basics

Jane Bozarth

Research indicates that as much as 70 percent of workplace learning is informal, occurring outside the classroom and in the spaces between formal training events. Social media is one way for the training department and the training practitioners to get into those spaces... More »