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Labels for what we do

Clark Quinn

While it’s true for our field as a whole, it’s also true for the specific job of those who design formal learning. He goes through the usual candidates of labels for what we do – instructional designer, learning designer, learner experience designer – and finds flaws.

Working with you

Clark Quinn

I related this (of course ;), to L&D. ” Of course, that’s rare. Instead you get “I need a course on X.” Something like “Sure, so what’s the problem you’re hoping this course will solve?” design strategy

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PKM in Action. Part 2

Harold Jarche

Siilasmaa therefore took some courses, attended lectures, and learned online. In describing how Apple designs its products, Jony Ive likened it to a balancing act. In PKM in Action Part 1 I gave a few examples of how people practice personal knowledge mastery.

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just checking the box

Harold Jarche

Were the two recent crashes of Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft a result of inadequate training, or design and safety flaws resulting from a lack of regulator oversight? Our training experts were too busy designing courses.

Here’s a cool project: completely revolutionize shopping online

Doc Searls

In fact, of course, if you think about it, it was even worse than that. Intentcast to multiple stores your intention to buy something, and say under what conditions you’d be willing to buy it. This was to be my September column for the subscriber edition of Linux Journal, which was terminated last week after 25 years in business. The theme for that month’s issue was to be Cool Projects.

Plans

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Courses Offering online courses allows me to test my ideas in the real world, both in terms of the course design and software itself, as well as in terms of the ideas presented through the course. course was an excellent example of this. I have a rough plan to offer three courses in 2019: Connectivism and Learning , reprising the content of the course I developed in Naples a couple years ago, but modified for delivery via gRSShopper in a cMOOC format.

Why and How Rituals Build Resilience in the Nonprofit Workplace

Beth Kanter

Of course, a raise or bonus is nice, but it is the public acknowledge that helps builds community. Designing and Implementing Workplace Rituals. Designing a ritual that will sustain over time requires tuning in to the organization’s existing culture, beliefs, and behaviors.