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Instructional designers specializes in the creation of learning solutions. In this podcast, Rebecca 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 designers varie ...
 
#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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We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included September 9-23, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Digital Security, Safety, and Citizenship was the top trend. Resources included reports of online cheating, Apple patches for recent NSO zero-day flaw that affected all Apple devices, Byte Dance limit…
 
So you want to be a CLO? Are you sure? Do you really know what it means to be a CLO? According to Wikipedia: "A chief learning officer (CLO) is the highest-ranking corporate officer in charge of learning management. CLOs may be experts in corporate or personal training, with degrees in education, instructional design, business or similar fields. Qu…
 
In this episode Greg discusses how when working toward a goal it is important to realize that when it comes to putting in the work only one person can achieve this. Yes, they can get support but at the end of the day the results will be determined by one person. Listen to find out more.
 
Karen has over 20 years of experience in the learning field. She led the process of creating a formal online learning program at the Community College of Rhode Island. At Johnson & Wales University, she created training faculty for online course development and delivery and worked closely with faculty developing online courses and managed a team of…
 
Have you ever done an Escape Room? There are real world versions as well as virtual versions. They started as a fun group activity and now instructional designers are learning about eLearning engagement from Escape Rooms. Alexander Salas is back to guide us through his Escape Room design process. In this session you'll create a short backstory wher…
 
In this episode, Rebecca interviews Julie Havill. Julie has been working in learning and development for close to twenty years. She's worked with people from around the world using modalities from web-based training to virtual reality. She has a Master's Degree in Adult Education and currently works for a company that provides learning services to …
 
In this episode I interview Matt Crosslin. Matt Crosslin, Ph.D. is currently an Instructional Designer II at Orbis Education, where he works with faculty to create student-centered, active learning-based courses. He is also part-time faculty at the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley, where he teaches Masters and Doctoral courses in Educationa…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included August 23-September 9, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Digital Citizenship and Safety was the top trend. Resources included teenagers and too much screen time, policies from China to limit screen time of kids (below 18), Apple decides to delay [&he…
 
Meeting your learners where they're at means delivering learning content outside of the traditional learning management system. And giving your users just the right information at just the right time in just the right amount is also a challenge. This challenge only increases as your audience grows to hundreds or thousands spread across the globe. E…
 
In this first episode of Demystifying Instructional Design I begin by interviewing myself. Discover who I am and why I started this podcast, as well as what advice I would give to those who are new to instructional design.โดย Rebecca J. Hogue
 
I think it's safe to say that over the last 18 months the #1 concern for training professionals has been moving live face-to-face classroom courses to online virtual classrooms. Many of us are still redesigning those courses, improving and adapting them to the new world of work. DEI initiatives are at an all time high with L&D departments challenge…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included August 9-23, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Social Media and Citizenship was the top trend. Resources included Instagram allowing users to limit interactions with non-followers, Tik Tok including more safety features, tips for talking to teens on …
 
We have all been told a lie - we often believe that our choices are the easy or the hard path. The truth is our decisions typically involve a hard choice and another hard choice. The good news is we get to choose that hard. Listen to find out more.
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included July 28-August 9, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software was the top trend. It returned this episode as the top trend. Resources included older Amazon Kindles will be losing Internet access capabilities, some MacBook laptops have scr…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included July 14-28, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Instructional Design and Teaching was the top trend. This is a switch from our long-time top trends of hardware and software. Resources for instructional design and technology include lesson planning usin…
 
We do a lot of drawing with Kevin. In this episode we're looking at taking those drawing skills and adding them to instructional videos. There are a lot of methods for adding graphical elements to videos and we'll talk about a few techniques and concepts that can be very useful for instructional videos. Kevin will be sharing some advanced video met…
 
The term Gamification is often used, and over-used, in our industry. But any time I hear about measurable results I am immediately interested. In this episode we're talking with Jeanne Bakker, founder of Brain Bakery. You may have seen her YouTube videos or attended one of her many keynotes around the world. She also hosts the podcast No More Borin…
 
Classroom training is still the most common method of delivering courses. Even after 2 decades of internet disruption and new technologies. It's not only time to change but we're way past it being the right time to change. It's important to remember that training is an event while learning is a long-term process. Simple enough, right? Once you unde…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 22-July 13, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software remained the top trend. Resources included a discussion on the updated Linux OS, the Amazon Echo Reading Sidekick, and updates to Microsoft Teams and Google Docs. There were [&h…
 
Making learning and development (L&D) content inclusive and accessible for everyone is not only a good thing to do, it's the right thing to do. Designing Accessible Learning Content provides evidence-based advice on designing digital learning content that ensures all learners are included and are therefore able to perform to their full potential. J…
 
Why do I need to know digital design if I'm already an instructional designer? Opinions vary on the answer to this question but the average instructional design is often also responsible for creating the final eLearning product that is loaded into the LMS. So while ID is critical for the training organization you can level up your career quickly by…
 
Just because you have an instructional design degree doesn't mean you're limited to only working in training teams. The growing number of Software as a Service companies in recent years has placed Customer Experience teams above the standard training department. You might ask, but how could any department be more important than the training departm…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included June 9-21, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software remained the most dominant trend. Resources included reviews on tablet readers, GMail redesigns, Google Meet updates, alternatives to Adobe PhotoShop, and Oculus Quest updates. Instru…
 
Among all those who make eLearning Content Development possible, the most mysterious, presumably intractable, and often annoying to the ID, is the SME or the Subject Matter Expert. The ID-SME relationship is almost always caught in a storm. The SME thinks that the ID is too young, too inexperienced, too theoretical...etc., and the ID finds the SME …
 
Kick off your shoes because we made it! Who would have thought at the beginning of the year we would have but here we are. Join Greg and Jenny as the reflect on one the most unique and challenging school years we will most likely ever face.
 
There was once a day that instructional designers only selected ONE method of content delivery. Those days are long gone. With today's technology there are many, many, more options. As new technologies came along the industry began to call it blended learning solutions. But how do we decide which elements to choose? This is where The Periodic Table…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 26-June 8, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software was our most dominant trend again for another episode. Resources included reviews of the best online tools for teaching, new fonts for Google docs, the new Windows version [&helli…
 
Just when I thought TikTok was ONLY for teenagers and the shuffle dance, I see one of our own corporate L&D colleagues, Mike Tholfsen, CRUSHING IT on TikTok with microlearning tutorials. Who knew? So, of course, I had to invite him on the show to talk about how he does it. And why! Check out this "microtip" for excel: https://www.tiktok.com/@mtholf…
 
Doing something once wont do much for you as you work toward your goal, however, doing it again and again over time will. Join Greg has he discusses an equation for meeting your goals.
 
Kevin Thorn joins us for another "drink'n'draw" episode to help you find your creative inner voice. Everyone can be creative. Like everything else you do as an instructional designer, it just takes practice. Kevin helps ID professionals all over the globe learn simple step by step processes for being a better instructional designer, storyboard crea…
 
Very few instructors can successfully teach online...alone. The last year of lockdowns and mandatory zoom training have exposed this weakness to the world. The best online training courses are co-produced with a super hero behind the curtain: The Producer. Having a producer does not guarantee a great instructional experience. However, it does give …
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 15-25, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Hardware and Software was our most dominate trend. Resources included new Apple products, Internet Explorer going away in June 2022, the Samsung smart monitor, and Windows 10x is not going to happen. [&hel…
 
Understanding the basics of xAPI is a hurdle most instructional designers have already crossed over the last few years. We've all been waiting to see xAPI in action. Theory is great but seeing what new innovations can do changes minds and gets projects approved. If you've still been waiting to SEE it before you can believe it then this episode is t…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included April 30-May 15, 2021 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. Planning for Post-pandemic Instruction was our first trend. Resources included applying learning science to post-pandemic teaching, reimagining teaching and learning, no more snow days in New York Ci…
 
Karl Kapp, Deb Thomas, and Kevin Thorn are heavy hitters in our industry and specifically in learning game design. More specifically they are skilled at teaching others how to design games for learning. And that's why they started their event Stepaway.design. The pandemic shutdown of 2020 forced event producers to pivot towards virtual events and s…
 
As we begin to see a light at the end of the pandemic shutdown tunnel, let's talk about what we learned about working from home. And also what's next. Many companies have made bold moves, like announcing continued teleworking options for employees. But those are general announcements for the entire company. In this episode of IDIODC we wanted to ta…
 
Everyone needs inspiration for their elearning designs. The best way to find that inspiration is to see what other developers are doing, and learning how they do it. Tim Slade is one of the best and he has the awards to prove it. Join us for an engaging and educational conversation with Tim Slade. Become virtual friends with the IDIODC gang on Twit…
 
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