This post is provided by guest blogger, Katie Sachs, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL, MS in Training and Development program.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is making today’s corporate learning management systems (LMS) into adaptive learning platforms that can help training and development professionals better serve their diverse learner populations – which include Continue reading
This post is provided by guest blogger, Andraya Goodwin, a graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Il., MS in Training and Development program.
Change is the common theme across any industry, and the disruption of instructional design is no exception. So how can we as L&D Professionals, put on our innovation pants, pull out the old box of multi-colored ideas and hit the drawing board so that we can ride the waves of change rather than crash in them? Continue reading
What is Adult Education and Training?
This week, I am preparing for the Illinois Council on Continuing Higher Education (ICCHE) joint conference with the Great Lakes Region for the Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE). I was reminded of this post (below) from several years ago Continue reading
This post is provided by guest blogger, Trudy Sulita, graduate student University of St. Francis, MS Training and Development program
Ruby Spencer is the Director, Global Curriculum Development at PulseLearning. Passionate about all things training, she has designed, developed, and implemented synchronous and asynchronous training for a number of national and international Continue reading
This post is provided by guest blogger, Nicole Fischer, CNMT, graduate student University of St. Francis, MS Training and Development program
There are many pathways that learners can take to fulfill knowledge gaps related to personal interests as well as professional endeavors. While much value is still placed on traditional face to face lectures, the implementation of innovative teaching strategies Continue reading