Editor’s note: Craig Taylor’s series on ideas that never saw the light of day looks at video stories – includes a great example.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor previews a marketing conference he is attending and in so doing shows why it is important for L&D to look outside of what he calls the ‘L&D bubble’ for different perspectives.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor is narrating his experience of transforming compliance training in his organisation (read more here: http://tayloringit.com/2013/04/from-compliance-course-to-campaign-part-1-the-background/). I his first pos he links to this piece on campaigns not courses – an approach based on more learning more often over a longer period of time.
Editor’s note: Fresh from his recent elearning Network talk, Craig Taylor shares his thinking on designing learning interactions.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor is implementing Towards Maturity’s learner survey in his organisation. In this set of blog posts, Taylor is sharing the experience and how the project is developing.
Editor’s note: Online learning manager Craig Taylor is documenting his way through the Certified Online Learning Facilitator programme on Youtube. As well as seeing what Craig makes of the materials this is worth following to see how content narrated this way can be useful beyond the training programme.
Editor’s note: Craig taylor reviews day two of the Virtual learning Show, providing some great takeaways for anyone delivering virtual learning. make sure you read the comments too.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor reviews day one of the Virtual Learning Show – lots of takeaways here for anyone considering, or currently using, live online learning technology.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor’s insights, reflections and takeaways from the DevLearn 2012 conference. Lots of practical tips for any L&D professional.
Editor’s note: Craig Taylor is attending this week’s DevLearn Conference in Las Vegas and is happy to ask questions on your behalf . . . Craig is also speaking on mobile learning at the event.