Monthly Archives: January 2012

Life-long Learner–Do ISDs Ever Stop Learning?

I have a situation that I haven’t had in a while: my current employer–and I work in a training department–actually believes in learning and development for its employees. As budget cuts happen, training is usually the first to get cut

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Learning Styles: Are They or Aren’t They?

There’s a fairly old story from NPR’s Morning Edition–from last August–that introduces the idea that there are no scientifically credible studies regarding learning styles and until there is, we shouldn’t consider them when designing courses. I find it amazing that

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To Publish or Not to Publish

A new post on ASTD’s Blog caught my eye today. Apple Takes a Bite at Learning by Ann Pace discusses a new app, called iBook Author, which will allows basically anyone to create their own textbook. This type of self-publishing

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