Changing Face of ID

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This info-graphic lists four critical aspects that instructional designers need to focus on to create effective eLearning courses. Teaching Chemistry, Training And Development, Learning Courses, Instructional Design, Business School, Educational Technology, Higher Education, Leadership, Trainers

4 Questions to Ask before Using Visuals in E-learning – An Infographic

This info-graphic lists four critical aspects that instructional designers need to focus on to create effective eLearning courses.

I have used the collaboration framework created by Harold Jarche to show where L&D can facilitate and where they can encourage workers to participate and build their PLN, respectively. Collaboration, The Outsiders, Innovation, Encouragement, Knowledge, Goals, Learning, Face, Studying

I have used the collaboration framework created by Harold Jarche to show where L&D can facilitate and where they can encourage workers to participate and build their PLN, respectively.

ID and Other Reflections: From Micro-Learning to Corporate MOOCs Massive Open Online Courses, College Courses, Instructional Design, Document Sharing, Workplace, Curriculum, Reflection, Learning, Spectrum

Designing the Learning Ecosystem...An example. Bringing the formal, informal (online and offline) together to enable continuous learning across the spectrum.

A comparison highlighting the changing nature of ID skills. In the past, instructional design presumed stable content and a fixed set of skills and knowledge. Design was linear. Today, that stability has been snatched away. We cannot design training programs for skills that are emergent and still unknown. Training is fundamentally past focused. Today, instructional design needs to be future focused. Instructional Design, Training Programs, Stability, Knowledge, Content, Future, Learning, Face, Workout Programs

A comparison highlighting the changing nature of ID skills. In the past, instructional design presumed stable content and a fixed set of skills and knowledge. Design was linear. Today, that stability has been snatched away. We cannot design training programs for skills that are emergent and still unknown. Training is fundamentally past focused. Today, instructional design needs to be future focused.

I have taken Jane Hart's Learning Continuum framework to show how the focus has shifted from courses on the LMS to the entire spectrum of learning. Instructional Design, Workplace, The Fosters, Leadership, Reflection, Knowledge, Learning, World, Spectrum

I have taken Jane Hart's Learning Continuum framework to show how the focus has shifted from courses on the LMS to the entire spectrum of learning.

Some of the important paradigm shifts that will force us as L&D and instructional designers to think of workplace learning differently in order to add value. Paradigm Shift, Instructional Design, 21st Century, Workplace, Technology, Thoughts, Learning, Blue Eyes, Tecnologia

Some of the important paradigm shifts that will force us as L&D and instructional designers to think of workplace learning differently in order to add value.

Welcome user generated content. Explain the purpose of each content type so that users can share their work in different forms as they please. Out Loud, Purpose, Content, Thoughts, This Or That Questions, Type, Learning, Blog, Studying

Welcome user generated content. Explain the purpose of each content type so that users can share their work in different forms as they please.

The keywords that occur to me when I think of modern workplace learning. Workplace, Bullet Journal, Learning, Creative, Face, Modern, Trendy Tree, Studying, The Face

The keywords that occur to me when I think of modern workplace learning.

Build Your Own PLN: Here are a set of simple steps toward building your own Personal Learning Network starting with one social networking platform. Build Your Own, Social Networks, Have Fun, Platform, Kids Rugs, This Or That Questions, Learning, Simple, Building

Build Your Own PLN: Here are a set of simple steps toward building your own Personal Learning Network starting with one social networking platform.