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The Science of Orienting Response: What Is It About Media That Engages Learners?

What is it about media that captivates people?  How should I be using more media (or less media) in my instruction?  At what times?  For what purposes?  Here’s some amazing research I bumped into this week that answers those very … Continue reading

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Earn My “Photoshop CS6 Literacy” Badge!

This new badge* will be accessible at non-BYU sponsored webpage. The direct link is not live yet; I still need to get my rubric reviewed and uploaded to the site. But it will soon be found on this site by … Continue reading

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158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation

In 2012, the big question was “Should we do mLearning?”  In 2013, the question has become “How should we do mLearning?”  From the one who brought us 61 Tips on mLearning: Making Learning Mobile almost a year ago, Karen Fornio, a Contributing Editor for … Continue reading

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LimeSurvey: Free Alternative to SurveyMonkey

Learning professionals need a way to meaningful measure their training initiatives.   While there are many free survey sites available today, SurveyMonkey seems to have found its way to the top of that list.  However, despite the benefits of SurveyMonkey’s free plan, it’s … Continue reading

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Why We Need an Industry-wide Badge-based Training Infrastructure

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration is not making it easy for food packaging plants these days.   The LDS Church’s official Newsroom recently announced that LDS Canneries “east of the Mississippi” will no longer be canning any food … Continue reading

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VivaeLearning

This is a newer site dedicated to collecting short How To eLearning videos.  There are over 400 right now included titles such as: Camtasia Studio 8: Captions Integration of Raptivity with Articulate Storyline Adobe Captivate Standard/Advanced Actions Made Easy Assignment … Continue reading

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LDS Youth Safety Training

Title: LDS Youth Safety Training Audience: All LDS Young Men Leaders with a secondary audience of LDS youth, ages 12-18. Objective: Make leaders aware of leading causes of injury and death during youth activities.  Expose them to consequences of risky decisions.

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