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

Unified Learning: Roles and Responsibilities

This post first appeared in the iCohere Academy

Our  fourth session of Unified Learning Design Studio covered the most important resource — people.  There are duties that must be filled by staff and there are duties best filled by external experts (contractors, vendors, consultants).   We explored various roles and responsibilities.  Tips were shared for . . . Read More: Unified Learning: Roles and Responsibilities

Nuts & Bolts of Unified Learning: Resources

Lance Simon and I set up the Unified Learning Design Studio ’16 to provide practical tips and tools for the design, development, and implementation of unified learning.  This eLearning approach is comprehensive and benefits staff, the organization, and, most importantly, learners.

In ULD Studio ’16, February – April, we focused on setting the stage:  planning, . . . Read More: Nuts & Bolts of Unified Learning: Resources

Unified Learning: Strategic Questions for Strategic Planning

To design quality unified learning, defined as aligned in-person and online professional development, associations and other learning organizations should answer three strategic questions for strategic planning.  These questions guide an organization dive into the data, operations, vision.  The results will help shape a data-driven plan for designing in-person and eLearning that are unified . . . Read More: Unified Learning: Strategic Questions for Strategic Planning