Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Designing for Multi-Devices -- Poll Results

Check out the results of this poll on I ran on my blog a few months ago, asking people for what devices they're currently creating content.
What do you think? Does this reflect your organization's reality? How do you think this will change -- if at all -- in the next six months, one year, five years?

If you haven't already, take the poll!



Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Careers in eLearning: Moving from Accident to Intention #CETS14

I had the honor today to keynote the Chicago eLearning & Technology Showcase here in Naperville, IL.

Of course, these slides don't capture all of the great questions and interaction with the crowd. Sometimes you really do just have to be there...




Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Best of DevLearn: Design Models for Better eLearning Aug 20th

It's the summer of special events!

Join me and the eLearning Guild for an encore performance of Design Models and Patterns for Creating Better eLearning on August 20th as part of the their "Best of DevLearn" series. 

Apparently, my session at DevLearn 2013 was one of the best-rated, most popular sessions! How cool is that?




Friday, July 18, 2014

The Accidental ID: Join me for a Q&A Webinar Session on July 31st!

Join me on July 31 (two times available to create a truly global thing of it!) for a loose and wild webinar, where we explore your burning questions about instructional design and eLearning. 
"What will I be when I grow up?" Most of us never imagined the answer to that question would be an Instructional Designer. Like Cammy, many of us fell into the role by chance. We learned along the way, experienced a few face plants and witnessed some major technological shifts. All of which we keep in our handy dandy back pocket of "experience."
Others are just beginning their journey. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, these ID's are ready to take on the L&D industry. They've got the knowledge, sure. But even with that knowledge, they're secretly wondering,what did I get myself into?
Instructional Design requires a special type of person. A person that can wear multiple hats and learn quickly. It's certainly not a role for the faint of heart. So how do you prepare for a career in ID and thrive - whether it's planned or accidental?
Join us for our global 1-hour Q&A session with Cammy Bean, Kineo US VP of Learning Design and author of the newly released book, The Accidental Instructional Designer: Learning Design for the Digital Age.

Check out our video recap of #mlearncon!

Already a fading memory, but #mlearncon was loads of fun this year.

Want to see what you missed? Want to see if we captured you on video? Want to see if Marty Rosenheck prefers a tablet or a book? Burning questions like these are answered here...



Enjoy!