(So, it turns out that this is a little ranty, perhaps. This post may overstate some points as I rehearse them. Apologies if that’s a problem but I find that it is a useful way to figure things out). One of our great problems in the L&D world is that we often care more about … Continue reading Learning is not being disrupted (it’s the reverse of that)
If we don’t say ‘course’ or ‘programme’ can we say anything at all?
My thoughts are turning to Learning Live next week . (I am not alone). They are particularly gathering around one of the sessions I am chairing Digital Transformation: How to Make it Work for you. I was talking earlier in the week with another attendee and gathered some notes on a Google Doc on that … Continue reading A bag of thoughts about Digital Transformation of learning
The market for learning experience design is warming quite quickly. Actually, I think it is heating. Managers of modern learning organisations have realised that instructional design is no longer enough (if it ever was?) and experience design is what is required. Managers of traditional learning organisations appear to be livening to the prospect as well. … Continue reading Experience design – from user to learner or from learner to user?