Will at Work Learning: Major Research Review on eLearning Effectiveness
Will Thalheimer reviews the research on workplace learning to answer the question, “Does eLearning work?” He concludes that elearning does work, and blended learning works even better. The difference is based mostly on the instructional methods used, not the media.
Go Design Something: Building Your Job-Winning Portfolio
Kristin Anthony’s free course on building an instructional design portfolio
Remote Work Doesn’t Scale … or Does It? – Hacker Noon
The founder of Articulate explains how having a remote workforce makes it easier to scale up as a company grows
Because we’re remote, we’re laser-focused on productivity. We know a team’s working well because they’re producing high-quality work. And we know when things aren’t working well because there are hiccups in productivity or quality.
In fact, I firmly believe that Articulate is better at collaboration and communication than many traditional companies because we haven’t had the luxury of assuming it’ll just happen organically. We deliberately architect the way we work to support collaboration and foster clear, direct, open communication.
Survival Tips for Learning Professionals | LinkedIn
5 tips from Alexander Salas for how to get a job as an instructional designer or elearning developer (although these apply to other fields too):
1. Have a website
2. Continuously develop new skills
3. Have daily social media presence
4. Develop work samples
5. Keep up with your industry
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.