How To Steal Peak Performance From Subject Matter Experts

I believe expectations are too low. Maybe, since you’re reading this, you believe that too. But, even if you don’t, guess what? I think you’ll change your mind after you read this article. First, let me explain what I mean by expectations. Once upon a time I took part in “professional development” courses. You know …

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8 Books To Read Before Your Next eLearning Project

Every once in a while, I receive a message on Linkedin saying something like this: “Anna, I’m new to e-learning. If you could recommend one indispensable instructional design / e-learning book, what would it be? Can you help me?” My answer is yes. Sort of. I’m afraid if you’re new, you need more than one …

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14 Things Online Trainers Need to Stop Doing

Before you begin paving the e-learning landscape, you have to stop doing things that will derail the impact of the e-learning revolution. Here are my observations to get you started: NOTE: I’ve intentionally made this article generic; so it can benefit both corporate trainers and academic instructors. 1. Stop getting caught up in buzzwords Face …

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