Friday Finds | February 9, 2018

“Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt As we continue our slog through winter here in the Northern Hemisphere, my family took advantage of a snow day to get a nice day out on the ski slopes. Wherever you are I hope you’ll find something you can take advantage of in the thingsContinue reading “Friday Finds | February 9, 2018”

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Friday Finds | January 12, 2018

So much great stuff this week, it was hard to keep this short. If 2018 continues at this pace it is going to be an amazing year. I think one of the most amazing of all things is the opportunity to meet awesome people like you in person. Fortunately, I’ll be at the ATD TechKnowledgeContinue reading “Friday Finds | January 12, 2018”

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Learning Conferences Calendar

After a long quest for a site that consolidates L&D-related events in a searchable, easy-to-use place I’ve given up and decided to create one myself. There are a lot of great events in our space but to find them you’ve gotta check a zillion different places. In addition to the events themselves, I also wantedContinue reading “Learning Conferences Calendar”

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Presentation & E-learning Starter Kit

Over on the past several months, I’ve written about some of the things anyone can do to make better presentations and e-learning courses. Want to rock your next presentation? Don’t build slides until you’ve done these two critical steps Think your slides are great? Better ask your audience! How Handouts Make You a Better PresenterContinue reading “Presentation & E-learning Starter Kit”

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Friday Finds | November 10, 2017

While the mercury in the thermometers around here is heading south, that won’t stop us from warming up with the best things of the week for trainers, instructional designers, presenters, and lots of other digital workers. A Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit for 2018 Personally, I believe that learning is one of the most important skillsContinue reading “Friday Finds | November 10, 2017”

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Create value for others by curating information with ZEEF

While it has gained a lot of attention in recent years, curation has always been an important part of an effective learning and development practitioners toolkit. If you think about it, aren’t courses just another form of searching, organizing, and sharing information? Good instructional designers, trainers, teachers, facilitators, and public speakers are curators by nature.Continue reading “Create value for others by curating information with ZEEF”

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Friday Finds | October 20, 2017

Data Viz Project What do you do when you’ve got a big pile of data and need a way to display it? If you didn’t have an immediate response to that question, you’ll be glad to know about the Data Viz Project. The Data Viz project is a collection of over 150 data visualizations toContinue reading “Friday Finds | October 20, 2017”

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A Look at Over Ten Years of Top Learning Tools

This week Jane Hart (@c4lpt) published the results of this year’s Top Learning tools survey. If you haven’t seen it yet, you should definitely pop over there and take a good look. Alternatively, I’ve included her slide deck for your convenience. I’ve contributed every year since the first one back in 2007. Here is whatContinue reading “A Look at Over Ten Years of Top Learning Tools”

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