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Instructional designers specializes in the creation of learning solutions. In this podcast, Rebecca J Hogue interviews instructional designers from a variety of different fields, with the goal of gaining a better understanding of what instructional designers do. The role of instructional designers varies across contexts including formal education, corporate sector, healthcare, non-profit, military, government, and more. Further the types of learning solutions created by instructional designe ...
 
#IDIODC is an eLearning podcast brought to you by Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden from the dominKnow team. Recorded completely live and candid, the two talk weekly about L&D, specifically instructional design. Want to join us live? Check out our Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions.
 
Welcome to #THATAsianIC, where we talk about all things education and taking care of your whole self. I’m Victoria and I’m currently an Instructional Technology Facilitator for Greenville County Schools. I was formally an Instructional Coach for 6 years. All these views are mine. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/victoriacomey/support
 
Need help navigating the “career” part of being a NEW Instructional Designer or E-Learning Developer? I’m Nyla, a mid-career Instructional designer and I’ve created the podcast to help new instructional designers find their footing. Because doing it on your own can seem daunting at first. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nylalxd/support
 
Narrating your eLearning is about more than just delivering information, it’s about engaging your learners. To get the most out of your time narrating, you need to make sure you’re focused on the things that will improve the conversationality of your narration and connect your learner to the message and intent of your e-learning project.
 
This podcast covers topics on instructional design, eLearning content development, training design and development - and talks about how to create content that binds your audience. This podcast is for aspiring and practicing learning professionals, including content developers, instructional designers, trainers, and teachers. The host of this podcast, Shafali Anand, has been designing and delivering online and classroom training programs on Instructional Design and eLearning for the past 15 ...
 
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Most skills will never be learned without actually DOING the skill. Duh. It's basic training 101 that if it's too expensive or too dangerous to simply practice a skill many, many, times, then you the design should include a simulated version of the skill. And all knowledge can only be valuable to a business if it is applied to the work being done. …
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included October 20-November 4, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. This was an unusual two weeks. We have one primary trend that dominated the resources we flipped: Social Media. Resources focused on news about Twitter, Meta preparing [&…
 
In this episode of Become an IDOL, I’ll be chatting with David James, Chief Learning Officer at 360 Learning. David has a wealth of information about our industry and he shares tips for creating digital learning that makes an impact. Tune in to find out: How learning and development teams can help solve critical problems that come up within their o…
 
Cara North and Joseph Suarez are back in Ohio after spending several days in Las Vegas, NV for the 2022 DevLearn conference hosted by the Learning Guild. In this episode, they recap their experiences and take-a-ways as well as provide advice for future attendees. Links: DevLearn Conference The Learning Guild Connect with Cara & Joe Support the show…
 
You may not know Aaron Silvers, but around here we affectionately refer to him as the OG of xAPI. He has been driving it since its inception as Tin Can and worked tirelessly promoting the benefits for our community of instructional designers and L&D professionals. We'll talk with Aaron about the early days of xAPI and why it was necessary to create…
 
Having instructional design skills and knowledge can open up many different career paths. The easiest distinction for many is either being in education/higher ed or going the corporate route. If you decided to go the corporate route, you would typically land in the HR department designing training solutions for internal employees. However, more and…
 
Learning Engineer may sound like a fancy new title for instructional designers, but it's so much more than that. The current state of our "industry" is spread quite thin across many domains. There is art, science, technology, humanity, politics, business, and so much more all part of the work we do as corporate training professionals of one form or…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included October 20-November 4, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top two trends are new ones. The top trend is Research Reports. Resources include articles about brain plasticity, what works for teacher professional development, st…
 
So much changed in the spring of 2020. In our L&D world there was a massive shift to online learning to deal with the elimination of in-person events. Two-and-a-half years later online virtual and hybrid sessions are still a highly popular way of delivering training. Our industry has had time to settle in with tools like Teams and Zoom – but how ma…
 
In this episode I interview Janet Lee who works in higher education and Darlesa Cahoon who works in the corporate sector. We explore how instructional design is the same and how it is different across the different contexts. Sometimes we think it will be completely different only to discover that it is actually quite alike. This is the first part o…
 
In this episode of Become an IDOL, I’ll be chatting with Brian Harris, Chief of Design and Development at Brilliant Educational Services, about his journey since enrolling in the eLearning Freelancer Bootcamp. Brian talks about how he leads conversations with his clients, manages pushback, and always keeps the needs of the learners first. Connect w…
 
DevLearn is always filled with new solutions, forward thinking conversations, and great people. This episode of IDIODC will be a special DevLearn episode to discuss the most exciting new trends in eLearning. Most of these trends will be on display during the event, so it's a great opportunity to discuss and experience the future of eLearning. You m…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included October 8-19, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top two trends are new ones. The top trend is Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and the Metaverse. Resources include articles about metaversities, spending time in the metav…
 
There are many frustrations working in Corporate Learning & Development. And there are many opinions as to why Learning & Development, and training departments struggle to be recognized as important parts of the business. Mark Oehlert joins us with what may, or may not, be one of the most controversial reasons why L&D struggles. And could it really…
 
In this episode of Become an IDOL, I’ll be chatting with Ian Melchinger, a former Lead Instructional Designer at IDOL Talent. He recently accepted a position as a Program Manager with Learn Quest! Ian discusses his experience as an IDOL courses Academy member and his journey to become an IDOL. Tune in to hear him talk about the importance of giving…
 
Designing and developing instruction is a creative and fun process. But it can also be filled with boring and frustrating details and "administrivia". In the not so distant past automating simple workflow processes meant learning to code and programming sequenced tasks, or worse, doing them yourself, over and over again, manually. But not any more.…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included September 22-October 7, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top two trends are new ones. The top trend is K-12 Ed Tech Stories and Reports. Resources include articles about a Danish city banning Google from its [&hellip Tags:…
 
Visual design is a big part of building successful learning experiences. Whether you’re an instructional designer producing training or an ID that manages a team that creates your vision, you have to be tuned into the presentation of visual information. How slides are laid out can make, or break, the learning experience. Rachel Allen Dillon returns…
 
In this episode, I’m chatting with Ron Nakamoto, the Training Service Chief at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Academy. He is one of the most experienced people I've found in this field to talk to us about working as an Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS). He shares how to find these jobs, how to make yourself a competitive cand…
 
What happens when experienced Hollywood professionals join the corporate training industry and begin to solve real world safety and training problems? I get very curious. That's what happens. And when I find out they're creating successful training using Hollywood storytelling skills instead of instructional design methods, then I invite them to be…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included September 8-22, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is digital security and citizenship. Resources include articles about anti-plagiarism tools, students outwitting cheating tools, malware that can …
 
Storyboarding is only one part of the instructional design process. But storyboarding is a craft that's been around for a very long time, and used in the design process of many creative endeavors. There are many different techniques for storyboarding as well. Some IDs will start with pen and paper sketching out their concepts. Others use templates …
 
In this episode I'm chatting with Laura Wilczek, a former teacher who transitioned to a new career as an eLearning Developer for Hanover Research. While teaching during the pandemic she realized she had a unique set of skills and a passion for developing courses and training. "Investing in myself and joining the IDOL courses Academy was the best de…
 
Nudge-Learning. Is it micro-learning? Is it slow-drip learning? It is work-flow learning? Whatever it is, it's become another hot new term being used amongst instructional design communities. It's a new one for me, so of course we needed to learn more about it. I reached out on LinkedIn, commented on an article about it, and found Amy Parent from S…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included August 25 – September 7, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is one that has not been a trend prior to this episode: digital learning tools. Resources include articles about strategies [&hellip Tags…
 
Communicating clearly is probably the most difficult thing anyone can do in business. Our job as Instructional Designers is often to make better communication happen under the guise of "we need everyone to be better trained on _______". It doesn't matter what level you are at within your training team or the overall organization. Everyone from the …
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Rebecca Hogue a professor of Instructional Design at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She hosts her own podcast, Demystifying Instructional Design. Her varied experience, knowledge of the field and love for students 'aha' moments makes this such a good listen. Connect with Rebecca on Linkedin Podcast: Demy…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Murray Gray, who is a Co-Founder of a new platform called Xperiencify. It is a learning management system where you can sell digital course products with gamification to motivate learners for completion. He shares his joy of creating software solutions to help business owners get more out of their businesses and h…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Kim Limon with 10 years experience in Education and English writing. She was wanting more with flexibility. When she found IDOL courses Academy she knew it was the clear bridge to help her cross over into corporate. Hear how much time she put in and how she went through IDOL courses Academy while working a full ti…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included August 12-232022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode is one that has not often been a trend: How-Tos. Resources include articles about 8 ways to use QR codes in higher education, using [&hellip Tags: dig…
 
Today I'm chatting with Barbara Faulkner, who has an adventurous spirit with a desire to help other countries in need. Barbara has a love for teaching and training but wanted more. She shares insight on the nonprofit world and how it requires many hats. Her inspiring journey led to work with the Peace Corps Response. Hear her traveling Instructiona…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Sharon Tavares who currently resides in Sweden and taught ESL for 10 years. Hear her journey through IDOL courses as she landed 2 positions within the first two months. As these roles slowed down, she gained the confidence to apply for her dream role at IKEA. Her interview process is something you don't want to mi…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Annmarie on her IDOL Success Story who talks about her natural transition into a training role within her school with creating professional development for teachers. Through the pandemic she learned new ways of getting information to her teachers by online learning. This sparked her passion and career towards Inst…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting with Brit Crew. She is an IDOL courses Academy member who has found success and reached her big IDOL goal. She started the Academy in January of 2021 with a background in the multimedia field and taught multimedia in high school for 6 years. Brit dived into IDOL and learned her previous experience with teaching multime…
 
Welcome to Demystifying Instructional Design - a podcast where I interview instructional designers about what they do. I'm Rebecca Hogue, your podcast host. For season three I'm going to do a something a little different - I'm going to be interviewing two instructional designers at the same time - from different sectors - to help compare how instru…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-August 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. Over the past two weeks there were many different topics we shared resources about but there were no trends that clearly came together. We had a small number [&hellip Tags: d…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-July 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. The top trend for this episode was the same top trend as was in our last episode: software. Resources include articles about the Apple OS updates on most [&hellip Tags: digital…
 
The Organization Enablement movement is coming. But what is it? And how does this impact our role in corporate training learning and development? Since corporate culture starts at the top, here's a few questions to ask yourself. How are you facilitating growth in your organization? Do you define growth based on revenue? Or maybe it's based on the n…
 
Yorel L. P. Stephens, MPA, MA. Ed is an Adult Learning and Training consultant with 20+ years of experience serving education, non-profit, and corporate organizations. A graduate of the University of Phoenix, Wilmington College, and Lincoln University she specializes in bringing strategic goals to life through learning experiences, coaching instruc…
 
Our Drink'n'Draw host, Kevin Thorn, recently took his family to Disney World and he sketchnoted the entire experience. Of course he did. If you think this doesn't have any relationship or impact on your work, well, you'd be wrong. Analyzing business processes is a mandatory part of L&D work. We listen. We ask questions. We watch. And then magic hap…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 29-July 11, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into our Flipboard magazine. As is often the case during this time of the year, the number of resources we flipped were lower than is typical. The top trend for this episode [&hellip Tags: Hardware, networ…
 
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