Case Study: Get Training to Stick

Learning, training and teaching is designed to modify behavior.  If it doesn’t do that, we are simply practicing the art of speaking to ourselves with an audience.

Case Study: Technology Fails

Last week, a colleague had an unfortunate run-in with technology at the start of his presentation. What’s one piece of advice you’d share with this subject matter expert? The Scenario “I had been asked to deliver a 30-minute lecture on the anatomy of the eye and I was concerned about two things: 1)      How on … Continue reading Case Study: Technology Fails

When SMEs Know Best: A Case Study of Instructional Design/SME Collaboration

When a technical expert approaches me to ask for help in putting together a presentation, I consider it one of the highest forms of a compliment I can receive.  Last week, I received such a compliment, and the result can be viewed as a model for instructional designer/SME collaboration. The Context A colleague had been … Continue reading When SMEs Know Best: A Case Study of Instructional Design/SME Collaboration