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LXPs are Heading in the Wrong Direction

LXPs are Heading in the Wrong Direction

I am fine using handy wipes as a disinfectant for everything when I board an airplane (don’t forget to wipe down the seat belt).  I’m fairly confident that the folks who created handy wipes, never thought someone would use it as part of their air travel, for wiping down anything someone touched, prior to you…
Preference of E-Learning – Structured or not?

Preference of E-Learning – Structured or not?

Trends are funny.  People readily assume that a trend must be interpreted as a positive or that the person presenting what will become a trend as the gatekeeper to that trend, and thus, either the person who created whatever that trend is, or must have some level of scientific data to support it. Micro-learning started…
2019 Turkey Awards

2019 Turkey Awards

Welcome. Welcome to the annual Turkey Awards. Last year’s 2018 Awards were all the rage.  Truly coveted by those in the know, who know, they really shouldn’t be in the e-learning industry.  In 2018, we also had the Worst Awards (after all, way too many best out there), but for 2019, the Turkey Awards combine…
Forecasts for 2020

Forecasts for 2020

I love forecasts. Forecasts that always pick the weather wrong or forecasts for the future that either hit partially or never, but you dream, that maybe, just maybe that LaserDisc you bought for $10 might be finally hitting its stride, 30 years later. In late 2009, I did my first forecast on this blog.  Then…
Halloween Edition – Tricks and Treats

Halloween Edition – Tricks and Treats

As a kid growing up, our house had a lot of pictures of clowns. Framed no less, some innocent enough, others downright weird.  When the movie Poltergeist came out with the clown part in it, yeah, that was it for me.  From that moment on, clowns were not my friends. Nowadays, frightening clowns are everywhere. …
2020 – The Year of the Hub

2020 – The Year of the Hub

Initially I was going to write about my forecasts for 2020. Then I realized that the post would mainly focus on one major trend that will impact the space in such a way (good, I believe), and thus as a result, decided to hold off on my forecasts for 2020 – until Oct. As part…
Content – Change the Narrative

Content – Change the Narrative

It was finished. All I had to do was click publish, but then something happened. Dinner. Afterwards, I started to question the post.  Too many times I find that when talking about content, 3rd party content providers, content driven strategies from learning system vendors (which is quite hot) and marketplaces place more of a general…
Embrace Training in ED and HigherEd

Embrace Training in ED and HigherEd

I’m sure it happens to you.  There you are at work, when you ask yourself, how would Plato handle it? What would Peter the Great do in this situation with your missing lunch, that was there just an hour ago waving at you in the fridge? Perhaps in the next few weeks you will visit…
Grids are gone, Welcome2 T-Quad

Grids are gone, Welcome2 T-Quad

I’m sure you have heard of this old ditty from the days of past, “Ol’McDonald had a grid, e-i-ee-io. And on this Grid he has some vendors, e-i-e-i-o.  He had vendors in this quad, he had vendors in that quad and didn’t have your vendor, e–i-e-i-o.” As you can see Ol’McDonald was a traditionalist.  He…
Perception in the E-Learning World

Perception in the E-Learning World

Hyundai had a problem.  They were about to launch a luxury vehicle in the 40K range, in the United States to attract the customers of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Lexus (to name a few).  They recognized though that these same customers were unlikely to buy because they would be unlikely to have a Hyundai in their…

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