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The eLearning Coach Podcast
37 minutes | May 13, 2021
ELC 068: Applying Social Learning Theory To Learning Design
I speak with Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner about the big ideas in their book, Learning to Make a Difference. They share ways that we can live and learn intentionally in a social learning context.
31 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
ELC 067: Educating the New Instructional Designer
How should instructors and professors educate instructional designers to meet the needs of the modern workplace? This episode focuses on the challenges and solutions facing instructional design educators.
31 minutes | Feb 6, 2021
ELC 066: Best Of | How to Write Compelling Stories
Story coach and author, Lisa Cron, reveals how to transform your learning scenarios and vignettes into must-read stories. If you use stories in your instructional design and learning design practice, you'll want to listen.
42 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
ELC 065: Pro Tips For Working With Subject Matter Experts
Subject Matter Experts or SMEs are indispensable in learning design. Diane Elkins and Dawn Mahoney provide strategies for dealing with SMEs.
44 minutes | Oct 13, 2020
ELC 064: How to Create Meaning From A Torrent of Information
Information is ubiquitous and complex. In this episode, we discuss ways to create understanding from raw information.
34 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
ELC 063: The Evolution To Learning Experience Design
Instructional design is evolving into learning experience design or LXD. We discuss the benefits for learners and learning professionals.
39 minutes | Jul 3, 2020
ELC 062: Starting An Instructional Design Career in Higher Education
Have you ever considered starting a learning design career in higher education? Have you wondered if academia is the best fit for your preferences and interests? In this episode, Peter Shea and I discuss the roles that instructional designers play in higher education and what it's like to work in that environment.
33 minutes | May 14, 2020
ELC 061: Getting Started With Inclusive Design
Accessible design and inclusive design are one of those things that once you learn about it, you can’t turn back. That's because changing your design habits is not only easy, it has a big impact on the lives of others and it benefits everyone.
25 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
ELC 060: How to Practice Evidence-Informed Learning Design
This will be the decade of maturation for the learning industry, where we apply relevant research findings from the learning sciences.
28 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
ELC 059: How Chatbots Can Support and Enhance Learning
In this conversation, we discuss how to use chatbots to engage people in interactive activities that support learning and behavior change.
38 minutes | Nov 10, 2019
ELC 058 Virtual Training is Much More Than a Presentation
How can you translate the in-person learning experience to an effective virtual classroom experience? In this episode, Cindy Huggett, virtual training expert, answers that question.
32 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
ELC 057: How To Plan And Design Microlearning
In this episode, the authors of Microlearning Short and Sweet clarify misunderstandings about microlearning and provide best practices for planning and designing it.
34 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
ELC 056: How To Develop Your Creativity
Do you ever find yourself wishing you could come up with more creative ideas? In this episode, you'll learn proven ways to develop your creativity.
37 minutes | Apr 23, 2019
ELC 055: What You Need to Know About Cognitive Load
John Sweller, who formulated cognitive load theory, explains how instructional designers can design more effective learning experiences.
30 minutes | Mar 21, 2019
ELC 054: Do learners understand your instructional graphics?
Did you ever wonder if learners understand the instructional graphics you design? Research shows there is quite a discrepancy between what designers intend and what learners interpret. In this episode, we discuss this issue with professor Elizabeth Boling.
42 minutes | Jan 7, 2019
ELC 053: Creating Long-term Engagement with Game Thinking
In this conversation with author, game designer and start-up coach, Amy Jo Kim, we discuss how to apply game thinking to learning experience design.
36 minutes | Nov 14, 2018
ELC 052: The Story of Becoming a Great Manager
If you are a new, experienced or aspiring manager, or if you want to understand your manager, you will benefit from this episode. In this session, I speak with Katy Tynan about the misconceptions people have about management, the best ways to manage a creative team, the relationship between leadership and management and much more.
30 minutes | Oct 10, 2018
ELC 051: Tips and Tools for Creating an eLearning Portfolio
You never know when you might need to show an eLearning portfolio.This episode will inspire you to create one or to make your current portfolio stand out.
38 minutes | Jul 11, 2018
ELC 050: Should you believe it?
Are you inadvertently believing learning myths? Are your best practices based on hearsay? In this episode, I speak with Clark Quinn about many of the myths, superstitions and misconceptions learning professionals may believe.
32 minutes | Jun 2, 2018
ELC 049: How to ‘Find Funny’ When Speaking, Writing and Installing Mufflers
Research shows that appropriate humor in the instructional setting can set the stage for a fun attitude toward learning. It can enhance interest, build rapport and heighten attention. In this conversation, Mark explains techniques for speaking and writing with humor.
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