The Backfire Effect is NOT Prevalent: Good News for Debunkers, Humans, and Learning Professionals! – Work-Learning Research
The “backfire effect” is when sharing facts to correct misconceptions results in people holding onto that belief more strongly, rather than changing their opinion. Newer research, summarized here, finds that the backfire effect is uncommon and mostly related to attitudes which are strongly tied to the person’s identity.
Font Pair – Helps you pair Google Fonts together
Find fonts that work well together
The Ultimate Collection of Google Font Pairings (Displayed Beautifully with Classic Art)
Inspiration for fonts
Narrative in Instructional Design | Simple Book Publishing
Free book collecting articles on narrative and storytelling in instructional design
Think Like a Programmer, Act Like a Designer!
Zsolt Olah shares the mindset programmers use that IDs can benefit from (not just technical skills): flexibility, conditional logic, troubleshooting, commenting so others understand, etc. There’s a nice mention of one of my blog posts from 2007 (complete with dated technology references).
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