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Best Xapi podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Xapi podcasts we could find
Updated February 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.
 
This podcast is the audio-only version of TLDCast, a livestreamed broadcast for instructional designers, learning experience designers, educational technologists, or anyone involved in workplace learning. Some of the audio content is edited for brevity. Learn more at www.TLDC.us.
 
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"Trainers gonna train". That's what I thought of when I logged in to Cara North's TLDCast on conference proposals this last week. Cara included guests Jonathan Rock, Jonathan Hill, and Thomas Sealock in this episode which was all about helping anyone interested in submitting a conference proposal for an industry event. There was lots of activity in…
 
We continue our discussion on graduate certificates with two faculty members of Boise State University, developers of the Organizational Performance & Workplace Learning Master's Degree, as well as online certificates in instructional design, e-Learning, and performance improvement. Meet Lisa Giacumo and Anthony Marks, learn who they are, what they…
 
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 …
 
In this episode moderated by host Cara North, Rubina Halwani discusses her recent experience building an eLearning Program from Scratch. Rubina shares what is basically a case study on launching an entirely new eLearning project at a job she was just hired for a few months ago. I'm sure many of you listeners will hear some familiar experiences in t…
 
In our first playlist episode on Certificates and Certifications, we had a lot of questions for Christy Tucker about graduate certificates. Christy is a Learning Experience Design Consultant at Syniad Learning and has done a great deal of research on grad certificates, which she's posted about on her blog. In fact, when I was researching this topic…
 
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…
 
ITI Founder, Mike Parnell, Chief Rigging Engineer of Bechtel, Keith Anderson, and President of JL Yates Services and former SVP of Engineering for Barnhart Crane and Rigging, Jim Yates, join ITI CEO, Zack Parnell in a great discussion about lift planning and rigging engineering. The LITES opening music is "Pre-Game Warm Up" used under the Attributi…
 
In this episode, Cara North and Jonathan Rock discuss Discursive Practices in L&D. So what are discursive practices? In this case, they are the dominant ideas or practices in an industry that ultimately define that industry. And in this episode, Cara and Jon discuss a recently released capability model from ATD, the Association of Talent Developmen…
 
In this Productivity Playlist episode, our guest is Nick Floro, President of Sealworks Interactive. Nick is well-known for sharing fantastic app and software tips, and I'm delighted we were able to get him in for this episode. His discussion was focused around new project productivity tips and hacks, and he shared the entire suite of tools he and h…
 
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…
 
When you consider productivity, "reflection" isn't the first thing that comes to mind. Maybe it's because we don't value reflection as something that's a part of our workday; it's more of a new age-y concept, like mindfulness and meditation. Well like mindfulness and meditation, reflection definitely has its place in increasing personal productivit…
 
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…
 
This Productivity Playlist episode features Jonathan Rock aka JRock. JRock works in a learning department of ONE. That role may or may not be familiar to many of you, but at the very least, you can imagine how important it is to maintain a level of productivity and efficiency being the lone instructional designer in an organization. So in this epis…
 
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…
 
In this Community Discussion episode, we discussed GOALS. Since it's the beginning of the year, it only felt natural to reflect on what's ahead for 2020. So in this episode, some of our live audience contributed their 2020 goals and we also had a couple of fantastic onscreen guests. Mike Simmons, Founder of Catalyst Sale and known for his stellar a…
 
In this episode, Kristen Hayden Safdie interviews participants from the 2019 Fall xAPI Cohort. This series of interviews is a great way to learn more about the Cohort sponsored by Torrance Learning. The eight guests that appeared and their projects are: Team Alexa, featuring Bryan Wanzer and Izzy Laura, discussed using xAPI to track learners that w…
 
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,…
 
This TLDC Productivity Playlist episode took place on Thursday, January 2nd, 2020. This discussion featured Kristen Hayden Safdie who discusses some of her more recent productivity tips and hacks from 2019, which she is carrying into 2020. Kristen discusses these productivity tips in this episode: Realistic sleep schedules Most important thing is t…
 
This TLDCast was a Community Discussion that took place on Monday, December 30th 2019. Featured guests for this broadcast included Kristen Hayden Safdie, Toddi Norum, Tameka Harris, and Cara North, and it was hosted by me, Luis Malbas. The topic was Must Have ID Skills for 2020 and Beyond and the live show was quite busy in chat to go along with th…
 
When we talk eLearning, we are often considering moving beyond PDFs, MS Word, and Powerpoint. But implementing eLearning in your training program isn't just about a shift in tools and platform, it's also about the fundamental question of how you are answering business needs. And just as important, the context within which you are launching your eLe…
 
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…
 
Today's episode was a Community Discussion, this one an end of year episode, talking about some of our own notable 2019 personal and professional events. Reflection is an integral part of the learning process and the goal of this discussion was to promote a bit of that by asking our live audience a dozen or so questions that might activate reflecti…
 
In this episode, Host Cara North talks with Clint Clarkson, author of "The L&D Scenes", a collection of comics about L&D practitioners and the challenges they go through.Cara and Clint mostly focus on why Clint started writing the comic series, with some details about how the series has evolved and how he produces it.If you aren't already aware of …
 
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…
 
This Community Discussion episode features special guests Christiana Houck and Joe Ganci as they join host Luis Malbas in a series of Q&A answering questions about Instructional Designers and Learning. Most popular question: "Are there elements of instructional design that you used to use, but no longer use?" Want to know the answer? Listen in...…
 
In this XR Playlist episode, James Watson, discussed the key benefits of using VR for training or assessment, and some of the main factors to be aware of when implementing a VR training program. He presented an excellent set of slides that were centered on the top 7 things you need to know if you're considering launching VR at your org. If you're i…
 
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 …
 
Augmented reality is a powerful tool that can help your team achieve learning goals in a meaningful and hands-on way. But within the L&D field, there’s a lot of misunderstanding about what exactly AR can do and how it can be implemented. And this can make it a challenge get everyone at your organization—and even just your team— on board with what y…
 
Duncan Welder is a long time instructional designer and LMS implementation specialist with a passion for tracking data. As the Director of Client Services at RISC Inc he focuses on using learning analytics to find solutions for customers and clients. Duncan and Andrew talk about the similarities of their background and common experiences they share…
 
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…
 
John Temples went from middle school science teacher to instructional designer to learning consultant. Working with manufacturing companies, he learned that focusing on performance outcomes is key in successfully achieving organizational learning objectives, and that just building training isn't the best solution - focus on performance. If you're s…
 
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…
 
This audio only version of TLDCast took place on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 online in front of a live audience. In this episode, Andrew Hughes of Designing Digitally talks with Matthew Pierce of Techsmith about how video can improve learning outcomes. They also discuss mentorship, leadership, and go into Matt's backstory about his journey to becom…
 
This audio only version of TLDCast took place on Friday, November 1, 2019 online in front of a live audience. In this episode, I talk with Niels Floor, Learning Experience Design Pioneer. Niels originated and coined the term "Learning Experience Design" in May 2007, with the job title following shortly thereafter. He's also the Founder & Owner of S…
 
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…
 
You would think the way some L&D folks talk about VR, implementing this groundbreaking technology is as simple as buying some headsets, strapping them on students, and pressing go. Not so. Not. At. All. The reality of Virtual Reality is that getting it to run for a single student is no bed of roses. And a class of 25? Forget about it. That is unles…
 
This episode is a brief conversation with Kristen Hayden Safdie, Learning Technology Specialist at Motivf. We discuss her upcoming DevLearn Session "What's Your Problem? Using Design Thinking to Frame Performance Issues". If you're interested in using design thinking to solve some of your instructional design challenges, this is a great interactive…
 
This special "DevLearn Brief" episode features Cara North discussing her upcoming session at DevLearn in Las Vegas. The session takes place on Thursday, October 24th at 1:15pm. It's called "L&D Mystery Series: The Case of the Disengaged Learner". If you're going to be in Las Vegas next week and are looking for a session to help you with learner eng…
 
What is xAPI? How do you send data? What data do you send? And where do you send it? How do you keep it all organized? As we move further toward a "data-centric" world, collecting, analyzing, and managing data has become a top priority among successful organizations. And in L&D, xAPI has risen to forefront of the tools for processing data. Megan To…
 
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…
 
Data, Measurement, and Analytics aren’t new, but they are gaining a lot more importance in our learning industry these days. There’s a reason for that, and you don’t have to be a “numbers person” to get in on this opportunity. Come up to speed fast with Sam Rogers as he describes some common methodologies for getting at the things that count, how t…
 
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…
 
Ever wonder what everybody else's workday what might be like? As corporate trainers and educators, we're all responsible for similar objectives and goals, but our experiences can be radically different from one another. Take a listen to this Community Discussion where we talk a bit about our professional iives; you'll see how very different it can …
 
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…
 
Here's an excellent case study that features a simulation Designing Digitally created for Susan Manos and Procter & Gamble (P&G). P&G conduct self-assessments of the Quality Programs at all of their production, research, distribution, and warehousing facilities to ensure all are meeting the organization's performance standards. These assessments ar…
 
Is a formal L&D degree worth it? Is it a requirement if you want to have a career as an instructional designer or a corporate trainer? There are so many factors that go into answering questions like these and this episode answers quite a few of them. Join Cara North, Chackras Smith, and Richard Harrell for a busy discussion on whether or not having…
 
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…
 
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