Drawing from deep training, teaching, and technical expertise, these informational blogs published by Microassist team members enable you to cultivate your knowledge, sharpen your skills, and boost your awareness of industry developments.
The Learning Dispatch
Absorb high-interest news and research on instructional design and curriculum development.
The Learning Dispatch blog is cultivated by our senior learning architect, Kevin Gumienny. Topics include news and research in instructional design, learning theory and tools, and the components of developing and delivering effective training. A popular Dispatch feature, “This Week in Learning,” offers a curated collection of top stories within the industry.
Increase your proficiency with the tools you use every day.
This Software Tips warehouse includes tricks for amplifying your productivity through Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access, along with tips on powerful database reporting, social media, web, and learning development tools. With major contributions by instructors Karen Williams and Andy Weaver, content is gleaned from questions asked during classroom training, situations encountered during daily use, guest contributors, and expertise developed through our standing as a Microsoft Certified Solution Provider.
Public Safety Knowledge: On the Beat
Stay on top of expert analysis on training delivery, application development, and communications strategies that support law enforcement and public safety organizations.
Based on more than 20 years of Microassist’s work with law enforcement and public safety agencies, “On the Beat” covers topics such as records management, training, community outreach, and application development needs. Veteran law enforcement executive Chris Brown and other Microassist colleagues showcase how technology-enabled learning and service delivery support these vital fields.
There is something for everybody in these blogs, so please enjoy reading our content created by some of the industry’s leading experts. Hopefully you learn something new, and make sure to check back for more posts to continue furthering your grasp of training and technical skills.