"So many people move into an elearning role and don't have the support they need to become great instructional designers. Through IDEA Academy we want to change the industry and help you make elearning more effective." In this #AskLeX video interview with Karen Moloney of Learning eXperts, course author Jacinta Penn of Workbright talks about her passion project and [...]
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August is serving up a nice mix of learning opportunities for L&D professionals across Australia, New Zealand and online. Topics you can choose from to develop your skillset over the coming weeks include: Needs analysis & evaluation PR6 Certified Resilience Coach Building learning culture Curation Instructional design Facilitation skills Presentation skills Designing learning spaces Virtual [...]
xAPI and data are two buzzwords I'm hearing a lot lately in L&D circles, but what is xAPI and how can it help us create data-driven learning solutions? In this episode of #AskLeX, I’m talking to Josh Humphries who is the Founder and CEO of Guroo Producer. I met Josh at an IDeL Meetup where he was [...]
Returning to Auckland again after last year’s successful events, Charles Jennings is set to inspire and influence L&D professionals in New Zealand. Charles will host two workshops, an exclusive dinner on Waiheke Island and a Breakfast Panel with Dr Sydney Savion, Air New Zealand’s Chief Learning Officer. Dr Savion is a thought leader and [...]
Bloom Learning Technologies is set to inspire the learning and development community in May with its annual eLearnz Web Summit and eLab. eLearnz Virtual Web Summit Visit website The web summit is the only one of its kind in New Zealand, and promises to deliver the latest, best, and brightest trends and issues affecting [...]
#AskLeX is a video series where we interview eXperts from the Learning & Development industry on topics which can help L&D practitioners get more value from products and services they use in their solutions. In this episode, "LeX" (the Learning eXpert) is Richard Stubley from OpenLearn. Richard has been working in the instructional design [...]
Author: Karen Moloney As much as I love writing my blog, I also love reading others’. It’s been 10 years since Ryan Tracey started his blog, E-Learning Provocateur, and it’s always a great read. Ryan’s latest post explores the Foundations of Innovation in L&D and is inspired by his move to a new organisation and [...]
Author: Karen Moloney Wow! I had no idea this would take off the way it has. There are L&D people all over the globe pushing themselves out of their comfort zones and getting their personal brands and work out there on video. And they are learning right in front of us; no polishing, no super [...]
As always, the Sydney Instructional Design and eLearning Meetup was bursting with great presenters sharing their stories and lots of valuable content with us. The only problem I ever come across with IDeL is the fact that it has to end! Big thanks to the organisers and presenters for their time and effort to put [...]
Whilst sifting through my LinkedIn feed I came across a post from Helen Blunden, sharing a post from a contact of hers, Bill Flannery. You can read the posts <<here>> In short, Bill and Helen were talking about using video to Work Out Loud and share your stories and experiences. They were also talking about how the need [...]