eLearning Context Lessons from Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Performance

Did you see Lady Gaga sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl on Sunday? We did, and we were pretty impressed. But this also got us thinking about context. Isn’t it interesting that this performer, known for her crazy outfits (like a dress made out of raw meat), wild, sky-high hair, and bold statements…

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Balancing eLearning Customization with Reusability

Balancing eLearning Customization with Reusability

One of the things we consistently find with training teams is their desire to reuse things they’ve already created. Depending on the diversity of the courses you develop, you may not be able to reuse the content per se, but you could still create structures to serve as “templates” that can be quickly reused in…

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What Jimmy Fallon and Meghan Trainor Can Teach Us About Design Creativity Vs. Technology

Jimmy Fallon, The Roots, and Meghan Trainor teamed up to sing “All About That Bass” using only classroom instruments. As evident from the music video, this group of creatives know an important lesson: It’s not always about your tools. Sure, these celebrities have access to the newest, most expensive instruments on the market. It’s The…

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