Three Tips for Unified Learning Success

To create quality eLearning, unified learning must be the approach.  This system is an interactive set of tools for design, development, and delivery of professional development.  Throughout this year and in collaboration with iCohere, I have hosted Unified Learning Design Studio, a ten-part webinar series.  Now it is time to share success stories.  They help us . . . Read More: Three Tips for Unified Learning Success

Digital Bridges for Unified Learning

In today’s professional development world, robust online learning is a non-negotiable for associations.  There are multiple avenues for eLearning:  webinars, workshops, courses; MOOCs — massively open online courses, apps, discussion boards, communities of practice, blogs, social sites, and more.

The competition is stiff for member minds and hearts much less their eyeballs. Time reported . . . Read More: Digital Bridges for Unified Learning

Curriculum: Ties that Bind

Curriculum creates ties that bind:  learner to learning, P2P engagement, and members to organizations.  In association professional development, curriculum really is the heart of the matter, as expressed by my friend and former executive director of the Texas Association of School Business Officials, Gwendolyn Santiago.  She viewed curriculum as the heart of professional education. . . . Read More: Curriculum: Ties that Bind

Leverage Limited Resources to Create Quality eLearning

In an association seeking future-forward, sustainable professional development, quality eLearning definitely is the delivery mode of choice.  Limited resources focus the eLearning plans.   Such plans are non-negotiables in our digital world.   Three factors set priorities for wise resource use.

System Selection.  In an environment with limited resources, the most effective, efficient system is . . . Read More: Leverage Limited Resources to Create Quality eLearning