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#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.
 
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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Welcome to another Drink'n'Draw with Kevin Thorn on IDIODC. In past episodes we've kept the concepts very basic to help our instructional design colleagues begin to realize their own creative talents. But in this episode we're going to move into the digital world. Kevin is going to teach us how to create our own eLearning scenario characters from d…
 
It wont be long into your goal process that you realize you are going to have struggles. How we deal with these struggles is crucial in meeting our goals. Join Greg as he talks about what we often want to do during struggle and what we should instead force ourselves to do.
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included March 15-30, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software returned as the most observable trend. Microsoft was in the news with the impending retirement of Windows 10. The Microsoft Edge had a critical bug that required fixing. The [&helli…
 
What can learning designers, instructional designers, and content developers do to maximize the chance that learning transfer will happen? The design of the learning experience falls squarely on the shoulders of the learning designer. And providing learners with access to training does not guarantee post-training behavior change. Even the most enga…
 
In episode two Greg dives into the struggles we face simply to get started when we set a goal. It is also one of the most pivotal times as we can often get stuck in the 'I will start this on Monday cycle.' Join Greg as continues to share learnings from his personal wellness goal.
 
I don't know how to explain "art". But I know what I like when I see it. I'll bet most of us have felt this way at one point of another. Some practitioners in our field come with a background in graphic design, video production, or general design, but not many. The rest of us have learned how important visual messaging is by studying neuroscience o…
 
Working toward a goal is challenging to say the least. I have been on a lifestyle change and have learned a lot about what it means to work hard toward a goal. Through this series I will be sharing those learnings. Yes, I will use my weight loss goal as an example along with many others, but these principles relate to any goal and I will do my best…
 
Creating alternative learning solutions is often the best instructional design choice. But it's rarely what internal stakeholders, customers, clients, ask from you. Trends in performance support like the 5 Moments of Need have been leading the way in alternative learning solutions and yet, a large portion of practitioners still need to create cours…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included February 26-March 15, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Remote Teaching and Learning was the dominant trend we observed again. We observed resources discussing lessons learned during the pandemic, gaining and maintaining student engagement, challenge…
 
As a corporate training professional it's important to know your learners and understand their work, context, and needs. Yea duh, right? Maybe, but did anyone ever teach you how to do that when your audience numbers are in the hundreds, thousands, or maybe tens of thousands? Maybe someone showed you early in your career, or maybe you've come from a…
 
Jumping into xAPI for the first time can seem daunting. Almost as daunting as learning to become an eLearning game designer. As luck would have it, we've found an eLearning game designer who recently took the plunge into the wonderful world of xAPI and used his knowledge of game design and blend the two as a learning opportunity. Jeffrey Riley is o…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included February 8-25, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Remote Teaching and Learning was the dominant trend we observed. We observed resources discussing students being present in courses, plans to expand remote learning for workers, using technology for fo…
 
Storytelling is one way to facilitate connections for learners. But how do you find stories and how do you use them to support learning? And how do you use them in your eLearning? Storytelling has been an increasingly popular topic over the years and we're excited to bring this conversation to the IDIODC community. Hadiya is a master at this proces…
 
Leading Creative Teams Cara and Joe speak with Jonathan Couser, founder of Arch Impacts, a firm dedicated to helping leaders move along the path toward leading legacies worth repeating not deleting. Jonathan shares his experience and advice around the art and science of leading a team of creative professionals. Jonathan on LinkedIn Book: Creative P…
 
Do you often wonder if training is even necessary? Are you tired of being a department of order takers? What if there was a magic question you could ask stakeholders when they request training that could convince them that training is not the answer? Actually, there's 20 questions you should ask. And our guest in this episode wrote the book on it. …
 
The perfect storyboard is an illusion. But you already know this – don't you? You also know that storyboards are the craziest thing to create. They require: Creativity of all the four kinds (visual, textual, aural, and kinesthetic,) logic, smarts, empathy, passion, patience…and a few more attributes. In this episode, we discuss the important dos an…
 
Organizations often treat learning as an event rather than a process. As an industry we know that eLearning, videos, and instructor-led training are only the beginning. To be effective, we need ways to support our workforce over time, building competence through multiple approaches. We'll explore how email can be used effectively for spaced learnin…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included January 26-February 7, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software was the dominant trend we observed. We observed resources discussing updates to software such as iOS 14 and to Google Meet. We observed a few resources discussing hardware…
 
Episode 9 :: Are your biases preventing your courses and training programs from succeeding? Does your content suffer from any of the following mismatches? Content-audience mismatch Presentation-audience mismatch Theme-audience mismatch And these mismatches almost always happen because one of your biases acted up. In this episode, we will talk about…
 
Everyone has read at least one of Dr. Merrill's books and has had their instructional design practice shaped by him in one way or another. If you can't join us but are desperate to know the First Principles of Instruction. Well, here they are: Learning is promoted when learners are engaged in solving real-world problems Learning is promoted when ex…
 
Episode 8 :: This episode discusses the psychology behind the Gestalt Laws/Principles and extends them to instructional design. Why you don’t remember the face of everyone who dances behind Hrithik Roshan or Katrina Kaif? Why don’t you remember the details of every object on your desk, but despite the clutter you remember the exact spot where you w…
 
As global markets tighten and unemployment rates rise rapidly, new skills requirements emerge while other skills are becoming obsolete. The half-life of skills continues to shrink, while the time it takes to close a skills gap has ballooned. We’ll explore the importance of increasing transparency through advanced analytics, AI, machine learning, an…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included January 12-25, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software was the dominant trend we observed. There were reports from the recent Consumer Electronics Show. New and updated laptop reviews, flexible phone screens, rumors of upgraded Apple …
 
Episode 7 :: This episode tells the story of Ravi. In this episode, let us accompany Ravi on his journey from Kanpur in India where he was born, to Los Angeles in the United States, and watch him transform from a poor but carefree child into an unhappy millionaire. Ravi’s story is about love and life, about hope and desire, about guilt and regret, …
 
The world of work has changed. Our industry has been changing for many years, but 2020 has placed the spotlight directly on corporate training. Not only did the entire planet move their lives online, but businesses are now being required to report data on Human Capital Management efforts. It's the perfect time for us to talk about the reality of ou…
 
Episode 6 :: As new technologies spawn new jobs, and new jobs demand new competencies…will you thrive, survive, or strive? In this episode, I talk about the AFR Learner Types and how self-identifying as one of the types and changing ourselves in the right direction could help us stay employable in the coming two decades. You can download the text o…
 
The concept of Learning Analytics has been a hot topic for several years in the L&D industry. There are those that talk about it, and then there are those doing the work and making it happen within their organizations. Sam Rogers is one of the doers. He's joining us in this episode to discuss the realities of working with data and analytics within …
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included December 29, 2020 – January 10, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Remote Teaching and Learning was the most prevalent trend we observed. Topics such as engagement in video conferencing, science teaching online, improving teaching after the pandemic, …
 
Joe Suarez interviews Matthew Confer who is VP of Strategy and Business Development at Abilitie (pronounced ability), an experiential learning company based in Austin, Texas. They discuss various aspects of leadership, decision making, and Matthew’s role at Abilitie facilitating leadership simulations. Matthew is also the the host of the Learn to L…
 
Episode 5 :: This episode explores the connection between trainers, Instructional Design, and Online Trainings. It starts with a quick historical overview of how the Indian training industry connected with Instructional Design. Then it talks about how Instructional Design helps a trainer deliver the usual on-ground training programs with higher eff…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included December 14-29, 2020 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. The first trend, hardware and software, topped the list. There was reported a shortage of laptops as consumer demand has increased this year. Twitter shut down periscope. 5G technology being considere…
 
Episode 4 :: In this episode, I introduce and explain the 4-Stage Experiential Learning Model given by David Kolb. I also illustrate it through two examples – one historical, the other contemporary, and then provide tips that you can use for ensuring that you take your audience through each of the four stages. I strongly recommend finding your note…
 
It's another holiday drink'n'draw with everyone's favorite master of eLearning and illustrations, Kevin Thorn, aka NuggetHead. So much eLearning requires a branching scenario and finding just the right character and scene in your stock library can be frustrating. Why not just create your own? That's what Kevin does. And he'll happy to show you how.…
 
Episode 3 :: In this episode, meet Siya, a mint-fresh instructional designer who is discovering what it means to be an instructional designer. This episode is an introduction to what an Instructional Designer’s Job comprises, takes you through the fears and apprehensions of a new ID, and then puts them to rest through the knowledge of an experience…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included December 1-13, 2020 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Episode 175 is similar to a recent episode (173) in that there were no clear trends. The number of articles (14) we flipped over the past two weeks did not lend themselves [&hellip Tags: remote learnin…
 
Join Greg and Jenny as they continue their dive into effective teams. Building commitment in teams is crucial for success. However, in order to do that we must avoid the desire to simply build consensus and the lack of clarity.
 
From agriculture to transportation, entertainment to medicine, and banking to social media, artificial intelligence (AI) is changing how humans do practically everything. We experience AI in our daily lives through our fitness trackers, home digital assistant systems, and curated news services, to name a few examples. For talent development, this i…
 
Episode 2 :: Am I made for Instructional Design...and vice-versa? This is a question asked by many accidental content professionals and all those fresh job-seekers who are exploring the field of content development and Instructional Design. They want to find out if they are temperamentally suited for a successful career in ID and content developmen…
 
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