Interview with Jean Marrapodi of Applestar Productions

Interview with Jean Marrapodi of Applestar Productions

Jean Marrapodi is one of those people you just love to be around. I first met Jean at a conference in Orlando many years ago and was absolutely impressed with how smart, energetic, and charismatic she is.  Since then, she basically fits what I think is an L&D...

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Microlearning Mobile Strategy W’s

Microlearning Mobile Strategy W’s

Here are four questions you must address to foster a successful microlearning mobile experience: MicroLearning: What Microlearning is the term used to describe brief learning experiences that are focused on a specific concept, in a variety of formats. It is designed...

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What Does It Mean to Be Intelligent?

What Does It Mean to Be Intelligent?

The Singularity is a term you’ll find in science and in science fiction. It was coined by mathematician John von Neumann to define a theoretical moment when the artificial intelligence of computers surpasses the capacity of the human brain. The term is borrowed from...

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I did not go to TLDC 2016…and this is what I learned

I did not go to TLDC 2016…and this is what I learned

Here's a great post from eLearning Consultant and Developer, Craig Sybert. Craig wasn't able to attend TLDC16, but found value in the event's backchannel.  He has generously allowed us to repost his thoughts on following TLDC16 virtually, all originally posted on his...

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Interview with Dana and Chris Haines of Boondocked Media

Interview with Dana and Chris Haines of Boondocked Media

You’ve probably heard of Digital Nomads: folks that are location independent and use technology to perform their jobs. But have you met any in the eLearning industry? Then meet Dana and Chris Haines of Boondocked Media. Based out of Texas, Dana, Chris, and their two children, live and work out of their Jayco Seismic 4212 RV Camper. They were kind

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Is Virtual Reality Worth All of the Hype?

Is Virtual Reality Worth All of the Hype?

I was fifteen years old when the original TRON movie was released.  It was around the same time a friend introduced me to his Commodore 64 computer and taught me to program numerical sequences onto a cassette tape and execute them.  Watching those numbers scroll up and down my old tv screen was infinitely different than the world TRON offered, …

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