I’m pleased to announce that my colleague Shannon Hart and I will be presenting our paper Distributed Learning: A Flexible Learning and Development Model at the E-Learn 2016 conference. The
Note: This article was originally published on the Obsidian Learning blog. Why do learners choose to learn? What keeps them going in an eLearning course? We all want our courses
As any university librarian will tell you, academic journals are expensive. Last year, Peter McPherson, president of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, issued a statement of support for a
Over at the Obsidian Learning blog last month, I published an article on techniques for measuring training effectiveness, including the Fitzpatrick Four Levels. How far do you go with your
I’ve written another post for the Obsidian Learning blog, this time on learning styles, a much over-used term in the learning industry (in my opinion). What’s your take on “learning
How do you keep learning going after class? Here’s a link to an article on informal learning I wrote for the Obsidian Learning blog.
Hmm, I should sign up for this. I’m trying to resurrect this blog, and we’ve started a blog where I work.
The company I work for (Obsidian Learning) recently started a blog, and I’ve made a couple of contributions. Here’s a piece I wrote on the slow death of Flash. It’s