An Addendum to Design for All

My Thoughts on Accessibility Continued Hot off the heels of my recent appearance on ILG’s LT2 podcast on creating accessible e-learning, I figured now would be a good time to expand on a few of the concepts I discussed and revisit ones I wrote about in my first “Design for All” blog. Technology evolves quickly, […]

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Project Management 101: Staying Sane

Nine Tips for Ramping Up and Maintaining a Large Team For the past 15 months, I’ve been managing an extremely large project for a health services organization and have been revamping instructor-led associate-degree-level courses into a blended solution in a mobile and virtual-friendly format. Our tight knit team of 30+ instructional designers, programmers, media developers, editors, […]

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Staying the Course…

Skill-Based Learning I’ve read several recent articles and trend reports talking about a renewed focus on skills as the basis for hiring and learning, and I couldn’t be happier. Innovative Learning Group was founded on the idea that skills can be improved through learning and performance support solutions for workers, leading to higher performance and […]

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A Tale of Two Authoring Tools

Rise vs. Storyline As a media developer with Innovative Learning Group, I’m often asked the difference between Articulate Rise and Storyline. So, let’s explore their differences to help you decide which authoring tool to use. What’s Storyline 360? Storyline 360 has long been the heavy hitter of the training industry (and Articulate 360’s flagship product). […]

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Making the Business Case for Learning

How to Master Your Internal Budgeting Process As a learning and performance improvement leader, you understand the critical role the Learning and Development (L&D) Department has in shaping a skilled and motivated workforce. However, gaining the necessary support when budgeting for initiatives can be a challenging task. With the annual budget season fast approaching for […]

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