Archive Monthly Archives: May 2016

JavaScript Challenge: Millennial Aquarium

What’s a Millennial Aquarium? What’s your digital native score? This is my eLearning Heroes entry for using Storyline with JavaScript. The Millennial Aquarium is the most distracting multiple choice engine. 🙂 By design. It measures how easily you can be distracted. You goal is simple: match facts with L&D and Game/Gamification experts. (This is a guessing […]

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How I Failed at ATD ICE 2016

“In the L&D ATD ICE system, the people are represented by two separate, yet equally important, groups: the presenters, who instigate learning; and the participants, who prosecute bad learning. These are their stories.” WIIFM In the next couple of days, you’re going to read tons of blogs about the ATD ICE conference from the more than 10,000 participants. […]

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James Bound and the Secrets of L&D/Jamification Leaders

DON’T BE INTIMIDATED BY THE RAVEN Are you heading to ATD ICE in Denver this week? Get ready to learn some strange facts about current and past presenters, L&D industry leaders and jamification gurus. You think you know them? Think Nevermore. The Raven has been interfering with the stream. Don’t let him get away with […]

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Story, Story, Story at Location, Location, Location


Playing Around With nawmalMAKE After a couple of hours with nawmalMAKE, a 3D animation software, I created two quick pieces to share. The first one is a #JamesBound teaser for the ATD ICE conference in Denver. I used robotic voices but you could record your own if you wanted to. It also has backdrops from another […]

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Hook them! JavaScript and Storyline to engage learners!

If you build, they come… If that’s not the case, you must do something about motivating people to go to your course. One creative way to do that is the following: Business Problem: Let’s assume you have a short quiz you want learners to take. You send out an email notification with a link to your […]

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