Using Interactive Checklists and To-Do Lists in E-Learning #291 | Redux

I often participate in the Articulate community’s eLearning Challenges through this blog. While I’ve used some of Articulate’s products, I instead use other products, usually H5P. I thought, rather than being an Articulate eLearning Hero, that I could be an InArticulate eLearning Hero. Thankfully, people read and comment on the prototypes I create for these challenges, and…

Using Interactive Checklists and To-Do Lists in E-Learning #291 | Redux

Revisiting the Architekton

It feels like ages ago now, but there was a bit of time where I more actively looked for traces of instructional design through other design disciplines. That was before the “great pivot” and all things had to focus on onlinifying courses en masse. This week, I was chatting with a colleague about some work…

Revisiting the Architekton

Personality type tests with H5P

This is just a really quick post about me not putting 2 and 2 together as soon as I’d like, but I need to write this down so I don’t forget again. I’m categorizing this as #InArticulateeLearningHero, though it is not an official challenge from the elearning heroes group. Over the past few years there…

Personality type tests with H5P

My Top 10 for Learning 2021

I can’t recall the last time I added my top 10 tools for learning as part of Jane Hart’s annual survey (I missed the survey this year I’m pretty sure). I thought I would follow the lead of other IDs, L&D Pros, and Edtechs by sharing my top 10 list on the blog such as…

My Top 10 for Learning 2021

Day 18: EdTech Cats

This post, as it turns out, could just be the same as Day 10: My Office Buddy. But it would be a shame not to share more pictures of my office buddy, who is also an edtech cat, so here we go:

Day 18: EdTech Cats

Day 16: Inspiring Keynotes of the Past

Thanks to the ALTC for limiting this to being just keynotes, because if I had to choose from any presentation I’ve ever seen my brain would probably melt and pour from my ears from overheating. Keynotes alone is challenging enough. There are plenty of conference keynotes that fade from memory almost as soon as they’ve wrapped…

Day 16: Inspiring Keynotes of the Past