The COVID-19 pandemic is changing how people work. I have some tips based on my experiences of working from home and sharing a home office with my husband.
At the end of last year, Bryan Jones from eLearningArt reached out to me for
Instructional design is not dead or dying. That’s clickbait. Instructional design isn’t dying; it’s evolving.
Several years ago, I collected several e-learning horror stories for a now-inactive group blog. I
Connie Malamed proposed the title “Learning Experience Design” or “LX Design” to replace the name “instructional design.” This name change has several advantages, but changing it in the field would be challenging.
A new group called The Debunker Club is working to dispel myths and misinformation in
What are your most successful and least successful ID projects? Two graduate students have asked
In August, I quit my job as a long-term contractor at Cisco to officially make
These are my live blogged notes from Clive Shepard’s presentation titled The New Learning Architect,
If you are starting out as a freelance instructional designer or consultant, what do you