Learning experience designers have to wear a lot of hats. In the world of digital learning experience design, there are two that we think are critical: storyteller, and cartographer.
Intrepid ran a three week MOOC for learning leaders to help them build a blueprint for digitally transforming the way learning happens in their organizations in June of this year. If you missed it, no worries! In this blog series, you will find a quick distillation of our POV and of our audience’s insights.
I am very excited about our upcoming "Build Your Digital Learning Blueprint: A Mini-MOOC for Learning Executives" — and getting more so as we get more and more industry leaders' voices on video for participants to learn from. So I can't help but give you a sneakpeek at some of the meaty topics we'll be covering, which include the 5 Conditions of Digital Learning Success. (And these 5 conditions apply to whatever business challenge you've picked to go after.)
Manjit Sekhon (Intrepid's Director of Learning Experience Design) has written a new article for Learning Solutions Magazine titled "5 Steps for Keeping Your Stakeholders Happy." The article explores how to manage the people-side of designing and delivering great online learning experiences.
There are a lot of barriers to getting actual learning done if you’re a modern corporate learner. First, there’s all the overwork and distraction and lack of time in the day to fit it in—all of which has very been well-documented by just about every infographic and article in the last couple of years it seems! (Us too.)