Hey folks — am returned from all the San Francisco adventures, and am happy to be home.
Now that I have time to draw breath, I’ll actually finish some of those blog posts, but here’s a round up of stuff that’s been going on, in no particular order:
- There’s a new Research For Practitioners piece up at Learning Solutions, by the delightful Chris Atherton (Yay! Happy dance!) on how the structure of information impacts learning. Go ahead and read it now, if you like. We’ll wait here for you.
- I wrote a piece for Inside Learning Technologies Magazine on Fixing eLearning’s Big Problem (do you agree? just curious).
- Just got back from a busy week at ASTD ICE (did a certificate workshop, two panels, speed-mentoring, planning committee meetings and a session) and it was lovely to see and meet so many people. I mentioned that I did a webinar earlier in the week (a shorter version of my session on game design for learning), and if you missed it (and are interested), there’s a recording here.
- I’m doing a three hour workshop on game design for learning with the ASTD-Middle Tennessee chapter on July 18 in Nashville — if you are interested, this is a BARGAIN at $29/$39 (be sure to read that last sentence in your best used-car-salesman-voice). Also doing a regular chapter session on Narrative Techniques for Learning.
- Just arranged to do a half-day workshop for UX Week in SF August 21-22 on Change Management. Really excited about this one
As soon as I post this, I’ll remember six more things, but that’s what the edit button is for, right?
Update: YES – HERE IS THE THING I FORGOT:
- ELearning Guild Thought Leaders Webinar on June 11th, 10:30 PT/1:30 ET – the topic will be Design for Behavior Change – registration info here