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Need Training Created?
You Find the Right Talent
in the Darnedest Places!

by Tiffany Robinson I came in through the back door of my career because I was schooled in compositing, fine art, graphic design, and animation, and sitting outside the lobby doors at Pixar hoping for my big break wasn't getting me anywhere…
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Thinking Globally: A Note to a
New Instructional Designer

by Tiffany Robinson The role of an Instructional Designer is deceptively influential, and if you are new to the role, there’s one perspective you will need to consider before making your mark: Someone else’s. But even if you’re not an…
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White Paper: Learning Longevity

I’ve worked in several organizations supporting schools, restaurants and retailers, and in every one the question is always, “How do we make the learning stick?” For a team to function, everyone needs to be on the same page and have…
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Avoiding Potholes: Demonstrations

by Bill Flury The Demo No One Could See and Get In February 2008, the director of advertising for the Google-owned video service, YouTube, was unable to play a single one of her videos during her presentation. Her speech began with a…
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Falling Back in Love With PowerPoint!

by Tiffany Robinson Power. Point. A tool to house all of your many many bullet points in a clean linear fashion. We all know that if you put information into a bullet point, then it will be automatically understood. And the more bullet…
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Goal Analysis

By Dot Young Goal setting is almost as ubiquitous as breathing for most of us. We do it constantly, both personally and professionally, whether we're aware of it or not. In fact, you set a goal when you clicked this link, presumably to learn…