Clark Quinn’s book Millennials, Goldfish & Other Training Misconceptions helps you debunk learning myths, superstitions, and misconceptions with research.
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.”
When we provide feedback in branching scenarios, we have several questions to consider. Should we
I had a great experience at the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions Conference last week. The
Why are scenarios effective for learning? They provide realistic context and emotional engagement. They can increase motivation and accelerate expertise. Here’s a selection of quotes explaining the benefits.
Chances are, your training evaluations aren’t very helpful. How much useful information do you really get from those forms? Will Thalheimer’s book Performance-Focused Smile Sheets changes that by giving guidelines and example questions for effective evaluations.
When is audio narration helpful to adult learners? Research tells us that it’s generally beneficial to use audio with on-screen visuals, but to avoid redundant on-screen text.
Does tailoring your content for different learning styles really work? Maybe there’s a better use
A new group called The Debunker Club is working to dispel myths and misinformation in
When I attend webinars or participate in online courses and conferences, I usually live blog