If you do not know Clint Clarkson‘s work I would recommend his podcast. One of the features of his pod/YouTube are the #SundayRants where he lets rip on the (e)learning industry. I have found some of these to be funny, others quite familiar with what I have seen in my 15-ish years in the industry… Continue reading Do we really “suck at training”?
Well we’ve reached the year that many an organisation had set as the future – the year for ‘visions’ and forward planning – yep, it’s 2020 time. So with our ‘2020 vision’ hindsight here is a look back at the last decade – the 2010s: My own decade Looking back at 2010 it does make… Continue reading The obligatory end of decade post
Following on from my post about ‘greening L&D’ I’ve just listened to the recent L&D podcast from David James (with guest Kevin Yates). I’ve heard Kevin speak before and it is difficult to disagree with his focus on metrics. Indeed I fear I’ve even scared some recruiters off in the past when talking about what… Continue reading The old L&D measures are not just wrong: they should now be seen as negatives
I recently received my “10th #twitterversary” email from Twitter and it made me reflect on my use of the platform. I’ve never been a big tweeter, tending to use it share at events and also retweet/like things that I would later blog about from those same events. Otherwise my use has been fairly limited. Going… Continue reading 10 years of Twitter
This week I reach out on Twitter and LinkedIn for help finding a free authoring tool. This was spurred on by a bit of research and the realization that most tools on lists such as: https://elearningindustry.com/free-authoring-tools-for-elearning https://elearningindustry.com/directory/software-categories/elearning-authoring-tools/license/free are either no longer available, very limited when offering a ‘free’/lite version (often just PowerPoint conversion which has been… Continue reading Why I tweeted this week about eLearning tools