Own the WORL&D!

My book, Engage the WORL&D, is finally published!

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Instructional Design TIPs 2017

2017 What a year! We’ve raised 5 minute microlearnings to the heights of registered deity, explored fantastic AR/VR experiences that will revolutionize learning one day (just because we’re

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Who the [Bleep] is L&D?

My book, Engage the WORL&D!, is based on a thirty-day blog-writing challenge I did last year. My daily stories were self-reflections on learning via a-ha moments. After completing the thirty-day

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Published: Engage the WORL&D!

After a year of writing (which will be a lessons-learned post itself), my book, Engage the WORL&D! is now published. What best describes the book? A whimsical, brain-picking “meme-oir”

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11 STRANGER THINGS: Moving From Face-to-Face to Online

11 STRANGER THINGS: entering the upside down WORL&D of eLearning: So, your senior leadership has decided to move an instructor-led (ILT) course to online. It will save a lot of money, it will be accessible

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Simple AR: Bring Your Static Paper Alive

AR doesn’t have to be expensive, complicated, and resource demanding. Here’s an example of how you can bring static paper alive. Not only AR can add more digital information to a static environment,

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Looking for an innovative, digital problem solver?

If you’re looking for an innovative, digital problem solver, let’s talk! I am ready for the next challenge to solve some of these problems below, using my 20 years of expertise in engineering,

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Catch-22 Serious eLearning Manifesto BINGO

UPDATE: Check out the non-serious video clips in the new Bingo! Click each principle to hear from a retired private detective who’s been chasing non-serious elearning perps for a long, long time.

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JavaScript: Escape the Jungle

Articulate Storyline encourages you to be an escape artist. Some of the more complicated projects may seem like you’re in the jungle of variables, triggers and conditions. The following trick may

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“Utilizing Gamification”

I have another accomplishment to put on my resume: “lampo di luce!” Of course, there’s a story behind it. I was honored to be included in a list of talented eLearning pros in Tom’s

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Technology-Enhanced Learning

Technology is not the solution to enhance learning? I’ve been exploring the fusion of technology, creativity and learning for two decades. From my early programming years, through machine learning

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