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Need help navigating the “career” part of being a NEW Instructional Designer or E-Learning Developer? I’m Nyla, a mid-career Instructional designer and I’ve created the podcast to help new instructional designers find their footing. Because doing it on your own can seem daunting at first. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nylalxd/support
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#IDIODC Instructional Designers In Offices Drinking Coffee

Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden

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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.
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Your favorite instructional design podcast hosts are finally back! Listen in as Clea, Rachel, and Steve talk about the things in instructional design they wish people were "fooling" about...but which are often far too real. (The co-hosts all have day jobs, so forgive them for being a month too late for an "April Fools"-themed episode).…
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Hello Everyone! In keeping with February's general vibe, we are talking about what made us fall in love with Instructional Design (Though some of us may have changed our status to "It's Complicated). We also interview Dr. Katrina Wehr about her experience in the field, how she thinks it should change and what she would still like to do in her caree…
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In this episode, your host Clea interviews her good friend Karen Costa: adjunct faculty, writer, and faculty development facilitator. Listen in as we explore Karen's shift from traditional Instructional Design to Learning Experience Design (LXD), emphasizing the pivotal role of empathy in crafting impactful learning environments. Tune in to gain va…
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In this episode, Clea chats with corporate Instructional Designer Holly Owens about what brought her to the field, what keeps her here, and what she (really, really) wants to see us doing better as a field – the interview process! Be sure to grab Holly’s Curated ID Resources and follow her journey in a few key places: LinkedIn, The Professional Jou…
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Today we're talking about the weird way Instructional Design (and may all jobs) wraps your brain and makes you see every interaction as an opportunity for learning. From Spider-Man to Starbucks, everything is a learning experience.โดย SSOITD
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Hey everyone! It's a brand new episode of the show! This time we're discussing appling for and preparing for a new job in Instructional Design. Everyone on the show has recently started a new job, so we have some recent experience on the topic. We still only stratched the surface, so be on the look out for a follow up. Let us know what you think an…
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We've all heard of Sales Enablement roles. But why is it that only sales teams get special attention enabling them to do their jobs better? Shouldn't we be enabling the entire organization? One might argue that traditional onboarding and training has that responsibility. But it's not quite the same. Enabling all departments to be successful and pro…
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Have you asked yourself lately why you don't put a stronger focus on accessibility when creating eLearning content? Oh c'mon, you know you've made excuses why you "can't" do it. We all have at one time or another in our careers. I include myself in that. Here are just a few I'm sure you've used: "Yea, but nobody in our organization has a disability…
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Hey there everyone! In this episode, we talk about fads in Instructional Design...those supposed disruptive technologies that are going to bring ruin to education as we know it! But do they? Like, remember MOOCs? Also, we interview Learning Designer Kate Mitchell! She's smart, she's cool, she's Australian! Kate shares these resources with us....the…
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Just because you have the skills to shoot and edit a video doesn't mean it's instructionally sound. This is why some videos are easier to learn from than others. And why that learning sticks. Watching video is a passive experience and therefore you might think there isn't much more to it than just making it more entertaining. Yea, you'd be wrong. D…
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AI is the hottest topic in L&D since Learning2.0. It's even hotter than Virtual Reality. Why? Because it's something everyone can use and doesn't require additional hardware expenses. And more importantly, when used creatively, AI apps can supercharge your individual productivity. But if you're a manager/director of an L&D or Training department, y…
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Nonprofit organizations need training too. Just like the for-profit enterprise, a nonprofit has learning needs. Some of that learning is unique to the nonprofit world. And just like SMBs and large enterprises, nonprofits come in all sizes. And as these organizations scale up, so do their training needs. If you're an L&D professional you may have co…
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Artificial Intelligence is the hottest thing since the internet. And it's the fastest growing, and fastest changing technology in human history. The businesses that survive will be those that can quickly adapt and incorporate these changes with minimal business disruption. Learning and Development will play a critical role in the future of this aug…
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Hello Everyone, We DID IT! Episode 1 is finally here. I know it may not seem like a long time for you since we just released episode 0, but let me tell you, it was a while for us. On this month's episode we are discussing out first impressions of Chat GPT, and generative AI, in general. We also have an interview with Instructional Designer, Dr. Nat…
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Our intrepid podcasters discuss what they are hoping the podcast will be and why they are bothering to make it in the first place. We look at what is missing in Instructional Design and Learning and Development podcasts, who we are and what we want this show to be.โดย Nick Noel
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Oops! I tripped on a lego, and got back up as an accidental instructional designer. HA! Okay, maybe not that type of accident. But there aren't that many of us that grew up always wanting to be an ID. The reality of our workforce is that we're the island of misfit corporate professionals, and former school teachers. This is also the story of today'…
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Is your company, or department, growing and needing to upgrade the training systems you've outgrown? Or maybe you're just curious about the future of your career in L&D or corporate training? Perhaps you just like to stay informed about the training industry for other reasons. Digital technology has been changing our industry for over 50 years. Kee…
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The 5 Moments of Need exist in every department of every enterprise, and requires a strong and efficient learning ecosystem. Both formal and informal learning solutions support each of the moments in different ways. When you need to learn NEW stuff or MORE stuff, those are the first 2 moments of need and probably the most obvious. But there is also…
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As your career progresses you will be asked to be a speaker, or deliver a presentation, more and more. And it doesn't matter if you enjoy it or not, your thoughts and ideas will need to be communicated to others if you expect to succeed in your career. Working from home, virtual meetings and training sessions, have become the norm. Just because you…
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Learning and Development leaders and their teams support many different stakeholders. But all of these stakeholders play an important role in the success of each enterprise. If our job is to help them improve their performance than we must learn to become better advisors to those lines of business. Jess Almlie joins us to talk about becoming a trus…
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Industry research is an important part of advancing our profession. Did you know that, sometimes, researchers discover interesting trends that don't make the final edit of a report? Obviously, if it was industry changing findings it wouldn't hit the cutting room floor. But even the stuff you never read about can very interesting and helpful in your…
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Data literacy is not something traditionally taught to training teams, but leveraging data for decision-making is critical in today's workplace. But just counting butts-in-seats doesn't cut it. It's necessary to interpret the business data you are expecting to impact with your training solutions. But that's often easier said than done. Especially i…
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When you hear about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives, how often do you associate them with accessibility? Probably not immediately, right? But when you see it, your brain says "of course"! Accessibility conversations are often discussed as a separate initiative, when in reality, creating accessible learning content is exactly what DEI p…
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Are you tired of hearing the term "gamification"? Do you even hear it that much any more? Was it just a trend that has finally passed? These are all questions for the master of games for learning, Karl Kapp. He's a regular contributor to IDIODC and we want to know what happened... and what's next. Dr. Kapp is well a well-known professor at Bloomsbu…
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Facilitation is about mastering how to deliver an engaging learning experience, all in the effort of improving workplace performance. Instructional designers work hard to do the same. But often times lack facilitation skills or the nuanced understanding of facilitating a learning experience. Let's connect these valuable skillsets and improve traini…
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Telling stories is a tried and true method for helping people learn. You've probably studied the traditional story arc, and the hero's journey, but have you ever tried the Sabido Method? Have you heard about it? Yea, I haven't either. The Sabido Method has a few steps in the process: Formative Research Policy Framework The Values Grid Writing and P…
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Colors, fonts, images, shapes, white space, and so much more. Our work as instructional designers requires a significant understanding of digital visual design. Even if you're "just an instructional designer" and hand your work over to a "developer", there are still many basics of digital design that make us all better at the work we do. As we've l…
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Artificial Intelligence is the hot topic for 2023. Useful applications seem to be popping up daily, and existing platforms, like Canva and Microsoft, are creating new "magic" features within their existing apps. Do these news apps and new feature sets make our jobs easier? Some might argue they will someday make our jobs obsolete. The only thing we…
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Before technology we had 1 method of instruction: Classroom based learning with student/teacher guides. But as technology and the internet began to grow the world gained many new options. Sadly, this initially led to thoughts of learning solutions that would replace the classroom and the instructor. Today, we've all, finally, accepted the fact that…
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In today's global economy instructional designers are increasingly needing to create learning solutions that meet the needs of many cultures communicating in different languages. For decades the answer was simply mandated within large companies requiring all employees anywhere in the world to understand English. Problem solved? Not so much. Thankfu…
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Who remembers seeing their first CommonCraft video? I remember seeing RSS in Plain English back in the day and thinking, "Wow, this guy if FANTASTIC!" That particular video is now considered a classic, and low budget, compared to today's Explainer Videos. But the cool thing is that it STILL works. It takes a relatively complex topic and explains it…
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Do you know if your eLearning is accessible? If no, why not? As an instructional designer it's your responsibility to make sure your eLearning projects are accessible for all possible learners. And hey, you eLearning developers! This is your responsibility as well. Even if it is not mandated within your industry, it's the right thing to do. Jenny W…
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Allison Rossett's web site has a great quote, "She works on Learning and Technology in a way that is creative, concrete, and quirky." But what it should say is The Greatest of All Time! And her credits and accolades prove it. Not to mention being a genuinely wonderful human being. She is a legend in L&D, but specifically making her mark in the real…
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Sure you can find a lot of different free images on the internet, but there's always a project, or 2, that need that extra special custom graphic element. You could pay a graphic designer to create something, but that also comes with some headaches. Why not just learn to create it yourself? I think you'll be surprised as how easy it really is. And …
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In the past we've covered 15-20 items in one IDIODC episode. And as much as I feel that I'm connected to all things tech, he always surprises me with something I haven't discovered yet. Everything from media creation apps to microphones lighting kits and fancy desks. We all use technology for the work we do and while you might not think you need ne…
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Most skills will never be learned without actually DOING the skill. Duh. It's basic training 101 that if it's too expensive or too dangerous to simply practice a skill many, many, times, then you the design should include a simulated version of the skill. And all knowledge can only be valuable to a business if it is applied to the work being done. …
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You may not know Aaron Silvers, but around here we affectionately refer to him as the OG of xAPI. He has been driving it since its inception as Tin Can and worked tirelessly promoting the benefits for our community of instructional designers and L&D professionals. We'll talk with Aaron about the early days of xAPI and why it was necessary to create…
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Having instructional design skills and knowledge can open up many different career paths. The easiest distinction for many is either being in education/higher ed or going the corporate route. If you decided to go the corporate route, you would typically land in the HR department designing training solutions for internal employees. However, more and…
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Learning Engineer may sound like a fancy new title for instructional designers, but it's so much more than that. The current state of our "industry" is spread quite thin across many domains. There is art, science, technology, humanity, politics, business, and so much more all part of the work we do as corporate training professionals of one form or…
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So much changed in the spring of 2020. In our L&D world there was a massive shift to online learning to deal with the elimination of in-person events. Two-and-a-half years later online virtual and hybrid sessions are still a highly popular way of delivering training. Our industry has had time to settle in with tools like Teams and Zoom – but how ma…
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DevLearn is always filled with new solutions, forward thinking conversations, and great people. This episode of IDIODC will be a special DevLearn episode to discuss the most exciting new trends in eLearning. Most of these trends will be on display during the event, so it's a great opportunity to discuss and experience the future of eLearning. You m…
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There are many frustrations working in Corporate Learning & Development. And there are many opinions as to why Learning & Development, and training departments struggle to be recognized as important parts of the business. Mark Oehlert joins us with what may, or may not, be one of the most controversial reasons why L&D struggles. And could it really…
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Designing and developing instruction is a creative and fun process. But it can also be filled with boring and frustrating details and "administrivia". In the not so distant past automating simple workflow processes meant learning to code and programming sequenced tasks, or worse, doing them yourself, over and over again, manually. But not any more.…
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Visual design is a big part of building successful learning experiences. Whether you’re an instructional designer producing training or an ID that manages a team that creates your vision, you have to be tuned into the presentation of visual information. How slides are laid out can make, or break, the learning experience. Rachel Allen Dillon returns…
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What happens when experienced Hollywood professionals join the corporate training industry and begin to solve real world safety and training problems? I get very curious. That's what happens. And when I find out they're creating successful training using Hollywood storytelling skills instead of instructional design methods, then I invite them to be…
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Storyboarding is only one part of the instructional design process. But storyboarding is a craft that's been around for a very long time, and used in the design process of many creative endeavors. There are many different techniques for storyboarding as well. Some IDs will start with pen and paper sketching out their concepts. Others use templates …
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Nudge-Learning. Is it micro-learning? Is it slow-drip learning? It is work-flow learning? Whatever it is, it's become another hot new term being used amongst instructional design communities. It's a new one for me, so of course we needed to learn more about it. I reached out on LinkedIn, commented on an article about it, and found Amy Parent from S…
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Communicating clearly is probably the most difficult thing anyone can do in business. Our job as Instructional Designers is often to make better communication happen under the guise of "we need everyone to be better trained on _______". It doesn't matter what level you are at within your training team or the overall organization. Everyone from the …
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The Organization Enablement movement is coming. But what is it? And how does this impact our role in corporate training learning and development? Since corporate culture starts at the top, here's a few questions to ask yourself. How are you facilitating growth in your organization? Do you define growth based on revenue? Or maybe it's based on the n…
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