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Review: Thinking, Fast and Slow

Paul Signorelli

Trainer-teacher-learners familiar with Daniel Ariely’s Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions and Malcolm Gladwell’s Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking will be well-primed to appreciate and savor Nobel Prize-winning aut... More »

Shooting Web Video for Training

Jonathan Halls

Video content not only helps people learn; it saves resources and puts learning just a click away for global organizations. As video cameras become more affordable and easier to use, more trainers are looking to add video production skills to their professional toolkits... More »

Ten Ingredients of Great Games

There are lots of recipes for great games. A bad cook, or just an unlucky one, could spoil any of them, but by and large, the successful multiplayer titles work their magic using variations on the ten ingredients described here. 1. Self-Representation with Avatars The c... More »

Six Trends That Will Change Workplace Learning Forever

Paula Ketter

Changes to the workplace, the competencies for leadership development, and technologies will alter the way learning professionals approach training design and delivery. Change can be scary. If you agree, then 2010 has been a scary year. Along with the challenges of the ... More »

Would You Like To Play A Game?

Julie Dirksen

When adding gaming elements to e-learning, there's this odd notion that after you include a wacky 'dinging' sound and a few zany graphics, suddenly you'll have Sexual Harassment Jeopardy: instructional, hilarious, and meaningful. It's just not that simple. (And really, ... More »