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Best True Responsive Design podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best True Responsive Design podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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#IDIODC is an eLearning podcast brought to you by Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden from the dominKnow team. Recorded completely live and candid, the two talk weekly about L&D, specifically instructional design. Want to join us live? Check out our Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions.
 
Welcome to Becoming Fearless, a podcast about what it takes to say yes to yourself when you are at the intersection of staying the path or taking a leap of faith. I’m Annie Spano, a multi-passionate entrepreneur who became fearless in 2016 by saying yes to the unknown so I could start living my fullest potential and inspire other women to do the same. Tune in for empowering conversations about saying yes to your dreams, finding your authentic self, living your values, and becoming the best v ...
 
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Welcome to the 99th episode of IDIODC with Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden! We have been at it for believe it or not, over two years now. We just want to take a moment and say how grateful we are to have built such a creative and strong community together. Thank you for listening in, always! This session contains content created for visual …
 
We've had a chance to talk with many instructional designers on IDIODC over the last 2 years. And most instructional designers are "ALL IN" on the trend in design thinking. But what if I told you the trend is actually not even a thing to be trending? This week we're talking with a UX/UI expert who specializes in improving the customer experience. S…
 
With the average shelf life of an employee’s skills at less than five years, it is imperative that organizations support their employees in staying current in new and emerging skills and in learning how to learn. Learning management systems, once seen as a one-size-fits all learning solution, have not effectively kept pace with wider technology dev…
 
We will explore what an icebreaker is, why and when you can use one, and share best practices for selecting or designing activities that will spark participation in your room.NEW...The Learner Engagement Value of Icebreakers for ILTWhen it comes to icebreakers there are 2 camps: You either love them or you hate them. But the reality is that every i…
 
We've all been using the traditional ADDIE model for Instructional design for so long that most of us probably follow the model without even thinking about it. But is there a better way? Perhaps the trend in Design Thinking can offer a fresh look at the classic instructional design model. It's a conversation that many are having. And most of know a…
 
Lots of people think about using video when using microlearning, but going micro is much more than that. In this live video cast with special guest Carla Torgerson, we’ll talk about 5 different formats you can use when going micro, as well as 20 ways you can go micro! You’ll leave with lots of ideas and ways you can go micro yourself.Jump into the …
 
Onboarding is one of the most value-added training experiences your team can provide for the business. Having an effective strategy in place is important and requires collaboration with multiple departments like HR, IT, legal, and operations.Join us for a broad-ranging conversation with Mark Sheppard and let's make sure your onboarding is everythin…
 
Video-based learning is on the rise... and has been since the launch of YouTube in 2005. Mobile devices, apps, and social media, are some of the drivers behind this trend. It's a tech trend in businesses with cautiously curious executives wondering how to use it as a competitive advantage. There are many opportunities for training departments. But …
 
Technology advancements are rapidly forcing corporate learning leaders to rethink their internal L&D strategies. Retooling the technology infrastructure is a big part of that strategy in many cases because past systems have not kept up. Learning Experience Platforms are a perfect example. But how does this impact you, the instructional designer or …
 
You've probably heard about Learning Experience Platforms but have you ever thought about being a learning experience designer? It's not a new term or title, but we often blend conversations about experience design into instructional design. Perhaps it's time we talk about it as something different. Instructional design served us well for over 50 y…
 
Are you wondering what's next for your career as an instructional designer? Are you thinking about becoming a freelancer? Have you thought about switching from ID in academia to corporate, or vice versa? Or what about moving your career to a different country?This week on IDIODC we're talking with John Hinchliffe who's career spans all of these shi…
 
With so many courses being created on a regular basis, and so few of them showing much level of improvement, how do we make a better learning mouse trap? Communities!People learn best when they are connecting with other people. And in the standard models of instructional design we typically leave participants on their own after the training event h…
 
Welcome to another edition of IDIODC Drink'n'Draw-ing with Kevin Thorn, we'll be talking about the usage and importance of icons as graphic elements in your instructional designs. (Not sure what Drink'n'Draw is? Catch up on our last Drink'n'Draw episode with Kevin Thorn here on Youtube: https://youtu.be/2AO-ov8QESY )With a favourite returning guest…
 
Happy new year and welcome to the new decade!Wait, new decade... hard to believe it's already been 10 years since our last decade, and ten more since the last before - which marked another millennium. Oh how time flies. But, sometimes putting everything in perspective is helpful to understand our experiences and what we've accomplished in the past,…
 
Hey, Merry end of year reporting Season! ...What? That's not a thing? Sure it is! This is the perfect time of year to be reflecting on your accomplishments and the value you add to your organization. But the big question is What do you count? What data do you have that tells the best story? Well, it's not too late to figure that out. Wrapping up 20…
 
The eLearning industry has had mobile learning, or mLearning, for well over 15 years now. Wow! Has it really been that long? Yep. So, are you creating mLearning? Have you moved to a mobile first methodology? What about your SCORM packages in your LMS are they mobile ready? And don't forget about xAPI... Aaahhh.... It can all feel a little overwhelm…
 
On this episode of the Becoming Fearless podcast, Cara Alwill Leyba is back (catch her on episode 61!). Cara is an author based in NYC and creator of The Champagne Diet, inspiring women to live their most effervescent lives. Having just released her ninth book, Cara knows plenty about being a #bossbabe. Join Cara and Annie as they talk putting the …
 
If you work in any of the highly regulated and controlled industries as a trainer or instructional designer, you may have found it to be lacking in creativity and innovation. You likely spend the majority of your time developing and supporting compliance training that must first be approved by a committee of members from all departments. And we all…
 
You want to get into designing better instructor-led training events, yes? You have the drive and the need, but you're just missing one key ingredient to making it happen - the time... So, you sigh at the clock and go back to your old friend PowerPoint to get in some basic bullet points and clip art into your presentation. Oh c'mon, we've all been …
 
Today on Becoming Fearless – Annie is back! After taking a break from the podcast for a few months and doing plenty of thinking about what the podcast means to her and her listeners, Annie is back behind the mic for the return of Becoming Fearless. Wondering what she’s been up to these past four months? Join Annie as she talks taking breaks, learni…
 
Whether you're a learning professional or a marketer, you're competing for the same thing: attention. Without it, you can't get people to think and act in new ways. Though, there is one big difference between these two professionals. Marketers have been much more successful. Savvy marketers understand that tapping into the psychology of emotions sp…
 
Some of the greatest ideas, inventions, and innovations started as sketches. And the biggest mistake we often make is jumping into our software to start developing. But for more successful outcomes, we should all be starting with paper and pen. And if you’re one of those people that thinks “…but I can’t draw”, then this IDIODC is perfect for you. T…
 
Are you looking to venture into the xAPI, but don’t know where to start? Are you all thumbs when it comes to code? It may seem simple but for Andrew McGuire a journey with xAPI started by building the most basic of elements. Andrew is excited to share with you the details about how he found a simple (not easy) way to learn how to use xAPI. Andrew b…
 
When creating powerful learning content, an organization and its practitioners need to do more than follow a simple series of steps. There are a collection of different cultural values and practices that must be addressed in order to deliver learning that reaches its full potential, and be a rich and enjoyable experience for the audience. Three tea…
 
DevLearn is here and so is the IDIODC gang! For this episode of IDIODC, show hosts Brent and Chris bring together the next IDIODC Meetup & Hangout live and in-person at DevLearn 2019. We wanted to be able to have you guys join us virtually! The gang hangouts, networks, and chats over a cup of coffee on Wednesday, October 23 (the first day of the De…
 
Do you remember your first instructional design project? Not the one you did in school, but the first REAL course you created for a client or first full time job? No doubt it included a decent amount of stress and anxiety. Those are feelings you’d likely rather forget, but the lessons you learned probably shaped the way you work even to this day. O…
 
The workflow of the L&D professional has changed significantly over the years. Our design processes may not have changed much, but the tools we use have. One of the most obvious improvements has come from the internet economy giving us Software-as-a-Service or SaaS product. Today we’re chatting with Mark Sheppard about how he manages his L&D workfl…
 
Are you ready for the rise of the hybrid Instructional Design roles? According to Burning Glass Technologies, a labor market analytics company,“ More and more jobs are “hybrids,” combining skill sets that never used to be found in the same job, such as marketing and statistical analysis, or design and programming.” In this episode of IDIODC Brent S…
 
For this session of IDIODC, Kristen Hayden Safide from Motivf joins Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden for a conversation on applying design thinking into learning and training. The three go over "empathy mapping" in the live cast allowing for attendees of the cast to participate in a basic map, outlining their thoughts and feelings in regards…
 
Need better results from training? In this episode of IDIODC we’re talking with Patti Shank who’s written the books on applying targeted, scientifically-proven tactics that deliver needed results. As she states on her web site... "Too much training lacks the elements needed to learn, remember, and apply. Too much instruction actually makes it harde…
 
This week's IDIODC is about green screen and sharing the experiences and experiments of an instructional designer trying to put it into practice. It's more than just a conversation with an expert. Today is about sharing a story of learning. In this session, you'll learn a lot about green screen, what it is, how much it costs, what tools to use, and…
 
Welcome back friends to the first episode of IDIODC back from summer vacation! We gotta say, we missed you guys. We can't wait to start off September with a conversation over a much needed cup of coffee with just us learning folk. Reminder for season 3, if you want to catch us live on Crowdcast.com, we will now be airing at 10am ET. Don't miss us! …
 
So you finally finished your EdTech degree and landed your first job. Congratulations! Now what? Transitioning from academia to corporate life is a big transition in itself, but it’s not your last. At some point will need to decide if moving into management is right for your career. Making the leap is not an easy decision.There are pros & cons to b…
 
The Beatles said it best. We get by with a little help from our friends. Or something like that. And it’s true. We learn more and become more productive when we’re with other people, especially our friends and trusted colleagues. However, bringing a group together for an impactful conversation with meaningful outcomes does not happen by accident. W…
 
Alan Natachu joins us for a conversation on everyone’s favourite topic… Powerpoint! It is the most common tool used by training professionals. Everyone knows how to use powerpoint, right? Maybe not. Even if you’ve had a little design training in your career you may still be breaking some of the most basic presentation design rules. We’ve got 7 basi…
 
Let’s admit it: most learning is a total failure! The sad reality is that most courses require learners to sit through a disappointing experience, where information is poorly organized, the content isn’t relevant, and the interactions seem contrived and without purpose. This is compounded even more when the slideshow-like presentation is interrupte…
 
This week on the Becoming Fearless podcast, Annie talks aligning your values with who you are and avoiding “tolerable mediocrity.” People tolerate mediocrity for many reasons, from getting a decent paycheck to maintaining a friendship, but not taking your own values into consideration can lead to feeling stuck, or even depressed. Join Annie as she …
 
Analyze need, identify objectives, curate content and then what? Design and develop the course? No! Try thinking about the design through the lens of a game designer. A gamified event or a serious game. This allows you to think about the behaviour changes that you want them (learners, employees, managers, etc) to realize by looking at: Game goal Me…
 
Did you ever design a perfect training event and have it fail miserably because none of the participants engaged the way you intended - if at all? Today’s learners are increasingly spread across the globe. Understanding how to shift your design thinking to leverage inevitable cultural differences will make your training events shine! In this cast, …
 
On this episode of Becoming Fearless, Annie does a Q&A, answering questions from the SC Facebook group, Instagram, and more – and debunking some assumptions she’s heard about her, her life, and her business. Join Annie as she talks nature vs nurture, effort vs outcome, balancing multiple careers, hustling hard, choosing how to spend your time, keep…
 
The most innovative creators and thinkers in L&D have one thing in common - they love to play. There is plenty of research that proves the value of play within learning, whether that be growing relationships to form stronger teams, improving performance in work, happier employees... the list goes on. But for adults, play sounds too much like the op…
 
Today on the Becoming Fearless podcast, meet Loey Lane, a lifestyle content creator and body positivity advocate, helping people find their voice within their own skin. Loey has been overweight her whole life and struggled with disordered eating at a young age. When she was nineteen, she was doing makeup videos online, and started to discover the w…
 
It seems everyone is “going micro”, or wants to be. But you want to use microlearning in ways that will have maximum impact. So how do you assess your content to know where going micro will have the greatest value for your learners and your organization? During this episode of IDIODC, we’ll bring on special guest Carla Torgerson to discuss 6 questi…
 
This week on Becoming Fearless, Annie shares her thoughts on the importance of gratitude. In life, and especially as entrepreneurs, there are always things that are going to be out of our control. When Annie feels overwhelmed by things that are out of her control, she always tries to ground herself with gratitude. Join Annie as she talks dealing wi…
 
Discussions and understanding about inclusion and accessibility can vary by organization. These discussions should be about more than just doing the bare minimum for compliance. Instructional designers should be talking about the difference they can make by ensuring everyone has an equal opportunity to learn from what they produce. Brian will share…
 
On this episode of the Becoming Fearless podcast, Annie kicks-off the podcast’s new format with the story of how and why she got into interior design. Annie remembers loving interior design ever since she was a little kid, switching up the décor in her and her sister’s bedrooms. Then, while renovating a townhouse with her husband, she gained experi…
 
Learn how and why the corporate learning organization needs to reorient itself to the digital age. The digital age has created a massive increase in the speed and complexity of business, fundamentally disrupting the workplace. As new technology is integrated, workers at all levels are needing to re-skill much faster and navigate more complex system…
 
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