All class recordings will appear here the following day after the class.
Recording #1 – 15th September – https://learningplan.adobeconnect.com/plh5g06szo5i/
- Thanks to Ryan for joining us. You can find his blog here – https://ryan2point0.wordpress.com
- The following links were shared in the class and discussed
- We also discussed the practical assignment (at the end of the class session)
Recording #2 – 22nd September – https://learningplan.adobeconnect.com/pvespthj9js8/
- No guest this week, just an hour of me babbling on 🙂
- I revisited a talk I gave last week in a conference about developing a strategy, which involves going back to basics
- Christmas Game (example of game based learning) – We also talk about the storyboard and the effort behind getting this experience created.
- IT security example (also talking about story-boarding with a hand drawn screen shown here)
- More discussion about MVPs – Create an MVP to Ensure Widescale Online Learning Success
- Virtual Reality – Thanks Jennifer for the link here – Virtual Reality Might Be the Next Big Thing for Mental Health
- Open Badges
- Digital Badges in the Classroom
- Discussion transcript (PDF)
Recording #3 – 29th September – https://learningplan.adobeconnect.com/pz78t0qb8ik0/
- Our guest – Adam Grieve from Foundry
- No links shared, however some valuable insights into the UX process and incorporating UX design principles into Learning Design
Recording #4 – 6th October – https://learningplan.adobeconnect.com/pdui87hnenod/ (recording now available)
Tonight we just worked through the assignment and broke it down into manageable chunks to detail the type of response you can submit.
I like to include things I’ve found recently here as bonus content and will put any recent findings here as bonus content.
We may consider these tips as we think about the broader employee induction. How do the activities and experiences that we design and build feed into other experiences that aren’t directly controlled by us. For example, our employees may have an onsite induction with a buddy or a supervisor.
This was a really interesting article highlighting the fact that life is difficult and it’s hard to make “easy” learning for our students. So make it “bumpy” instead.
Another resource with some extra links to