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Book Review: E-Learning by Design

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William Horton's E-Learning by Design is meant to be read cover-to-cover. It outlines the e-learning design process "according to Horton" in Chapter 1, and then proceeds to fill in the details throughout the rest of the book. How to use the book Horton's website lists m... More »

Lies About E-Learning

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Elliott Masie

Adding the letter "e" in front of any term triggers an avalanche of lies. For example: Email has made our organization so much more productive, or e-commerce will be the end of stores. The letter "e" brings a dot.com hyper-enthusiasm and hyper-cynicism to any process. T... More »

5 and A Half Steps To Evaluation Success

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What do we mean by evaluation success? Chances are the definitions will change over time, and from situation to situation. There are some common definitions out there, however. Success with evaluation does not mean that the training or learning activity being evaluated ... More »

Facing Adversity: Best Practices for Failure

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Failure: We all hate it. In fact, we don't even like to talk about it. Our pride may cause us to refuse to acknowledge it. Superstitious folks would rather avoid the very thought of it. Whatever the reason, human nature often leads us to turn a blind eye to our failures... More »

To Niche or Not to Niche, That Is The Question

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Halelly Azulay

Through all of the school- and job-related decisions I have made in my life, one question always comes to the forefront: Must I choose a specialty? It started when I had to select a college major. Then my first job. Then a master's dissertation topic. And so on. I've be... More »