I have migrated my blog to christytuckerlearning.com. I had been at christytucker.wordpress.com since 2006, but
Here are some of the books I recommend for the learning and development professionals on your gift list.
This is how I built a simulated phone conversation in Articulate Storyline as part of a branching scenario.
These Maps Reveal the Hidden Structures of ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Books – Atlas Obscura
This is an example of the thought process for creating layouts for a branching scenario.
One way to engage learners is to make content immediately relevant. People naturally pay more attention to information they can use right away than information they “might need someday.”
This is a basic outline of how to create a training program for people without a formal instructional design background.
Many people are reluctant to become freelancers or consultants because the risk seems too high. I’m not convinced that working independently is necessarily much riskier than a full-time job though. In fact, sometimes it can be safer.
Set LearnDash lessons to completed Storyline triggers – Building Better Courses Discussions – E-Learning Heroes
Ruth Clark identifies 8 learning domains where scenario-based learning can be used effectively. These common topics for workplace training all involve more strategic decision-making rather than simply following a checklist of tasks.