As Amtrak’s lead Instructional Designer, Trent Bartholomew integrates content, experiential learning and assessments to ensure operators are adapting to the system’s evolving priorities. Watch the interview to learn more.
For many larger organizations, managing the Flash-to-HTML migration will take time, which means the process of converting your relevant Flash-based eLearning courses should begin immediately. Organizations that fail to do so risk losing their content forever.
Training Industry has named d’Vinci Interactive to the Content Development Watch List. The list is part of Training Industry’s mission to continually monitor the training marketplace for the best providers of training services and technologies.
With eLearning playing an increasingly vital role in business success, finding the right eLearning development company becomes a crucial first step. Learn about best practices for selecting your next eLearning partner.
Training Industry recently announced its 2017 Readership and Editors’ Awards at the Training Industry Conference & Expo in Raleigh, NC. The Training Industry Readership Award recognizes the most-read articles published on TrainingIndustry.com and *Training Industry Magazine* from the past year. The winners were selected based on readership appeal and attention. d’Vinci CEO Luke Kempski was honored for his article, “10 Insights from Interviews with L&D Leaders.
Just about every learning leader I interviewed in 2016 spoke about three trends impacting their role in the organization. First, they need to consider the global reach of their training initiatives and how they’ll be received by learners in different parts of the world. Second, they need to use cloud based technologies to more efficiently reach learners inside and outside of their organization. And third, there is growing demand for using data when deciding the best way to impact performance.
Besides being an instructional design practitioner, Connie Malamed has spent years sharing actionable strategies, practical content, product reviews and resources to help others through her website, “The eLearning Coach.” We recently interviewed Connie to gain her perspective on how the instructional design profession is evolving.
**Susan Fort, Director of Learning, SCORE** SCORE provides business mentoring, to entrepreneurs, small business owners, and those interested in starting a small business. Experienced business people serve as the volunteer mentors. With over 10 thousand volunteers nationwide, onboarding and training is essential. As Director of Learning, Susan Fort develops and implements learning strategies to align volunteer mentors with SCORE’s mission.