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In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Clark Quinn shares his insights on the significance of innovation for businesses to succeed. He explains the importance of contextual and experiential learning, and offers his recommendations for integrating mobile strategies into organizational L&D. His advice to learning designers for scaling up to meet the challenges of designing informal and social learning is invaluable. Read on…
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After our inspiring and thought-provoking interview with Geoff Stead, we were left wondering about the significance of having an internal app store (also known as ‘Enterprise App Store’) within organizations. We have been doodling and dreaming about this fascinating proposition for quite some time. Now, as we are planning to set up an internal app store for our company to make this a better place to work for our employees, we set out on a journey to explore and learn more about this concept. Read on... 
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Connie Malamed was one of the first in the learning industry to design and develop an app for learning designers. Naturally, during our interview with her, we were eager to probe and find out more about her inspiration and the thought process that went into the making of her app. This is also one of the many things that we were left wondering about after our interview. We set out on a journey to explore and learn more about other apps that are available for learning designers. Read on...
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After our inspiring and thought-provoking interview with Connie Malamed, we were left wondering about the interesting human nature that is revealed with the ‘forgetting curve’, and its impact on learning design. We set out on a journey to explore and learn more about this phenomenon. Read on...
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Informal/Social learning is one of the major revolutions happening around us that demands a shift in the mere thinking of ‘learning’. It requires us to unlearn and relearn some of the traditional notions related to the learning style/preference, and the dimensions and the elements of learning design. In this article, we’ll take a quick look at the top 9 essential competencies that a learning designer is required to possess for designing effective informal/social learning interventions for today’s workplaces.
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In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Connie Malamed shares her insights on what constitutes great instructional design. She stresses on the importance of sharing one’s knowledge with the community, and offers valuable advice to budding learning designers who aspire to consider consulting as a career option. Equally valuable is her advice for learning designers to design their own apps. Connie’s foresights on the future of learning design are truly thought-provoking. Read on…
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We design more information-based courses today than we would care to admit. Agreed, these courses can instead be called web pages, cheat sheets, information dumps, knowledge  stores, etc. They don’t necessarily have to fall under the ambit of ‘courses’. But whatever we call them, the fact remains that these are designed by learning designers, and we would do well to keep a few good practices in mind before we set upon designing them. 
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This is part of an exclusive interview that Charles Jennings gave to Learnnovators. In this interview, Charles shares his insights on the significance of the 70:20:10 Model for organizational development in today’s world. He also shares his advice to learning designers on the techniques to scale up to meet the challenges of designing learning interventions for this informal and social learning age. Equally valuable is his advice to Chief Learning Officers (CLOs) who wish to implement the 70:20:10 Model in their organizations. Charles’ foresights on the future of organizational learning are truly thought provoking. Read on…
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Mobile learning is one of the major revolutions happening around us that demands a shift in the mere thinking of ‘learning’. It requires us to unlearn and relearn some of the traditional notions such as learners’ attention span, learning style/preference, and the new (additional) dimensions to learning. In this article, we’ll take a quick look at the top eight essential competencies that a new age learning designer is required to possess for designing effective mobile learning interventions for today’s workplaces.
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In this exclusive interview with Learnnovators, Geoff Stead shares his wonderful insights on how the emerging mobile technologies and capabilities of smart phones could power up mobile learning. He also shares his advice to learning designers on the techniques to scale up to meet the challenges of designing learning interventions for this ubiquitous learning age. Equally valuable is his advice to organizations who wish to integrate mobile learning with their e-learning strategy to improve productivity! Geoff’s foresights on the future of mobile learning and the interesting shifts happening in the learning paradigms are truly thought provoking. Read on…
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