Monthly Archives for May 2016

Blurring the 70:20:10 Lines

There is something intimidating about sitting down to write about a concept¬†that seems to be common knowledge in your new field and at the same time, you really only just heard about for the first time two weeks ago. Well, the honest answer is, I have heard people throwing it around as common knowledge for […]

Social Learning & Collaboration Tools

Last week, I attended the Association for Talent Development’s Annual International Conference & Expo in Denver, CO (#ATD2016). One of the sessions, lead by Shannon Tipton of Learning Rebels,¬†was focused on tools and resources to help support trainers and instruction designers to think beyond (or outside) of the classroom to enhance the level of learning […]