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Case Study: Game Thinking Applied

Earlier this year, I had the pleasure to do two hands-on sessions at the ATD TechKnowledge conference in Las Vegas, NV. The point I was trying to drive home was to use Game Thinking while designing a course

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Is Instructional Design Dead?

This post originally was posted in LinkedIn. Recently, we had a passionate conversation on Twitter about the future of Instructional Design (ID). Knowing (or not) where L&D is heading, is it a title that

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JavaScript And Storyline: Timesaver

Controlling Variables from JavaScript I often have to use multiple True/False variables to keep track of things. Let’s say they are collectibles. If it’s true, you have it. If it’s false,

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Machine Learning: Reflections on the ATD TechKnowledge Conference

I had the honor to speak at the ATD TechKnowledge conference last week in Las Vegas, NV. This is a reflection on things you might find useful or at least interesting as well. Warning: you may need a

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Full Control Over YouTube Videos in Storyline

Using the YouTube iFrame API In Articulate Storyline, you can embed videos and you have full control over them. However, many times you want to show an external YouTube video and yet, you want to be able

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