From business.com, a nice primer on improving the transfer of learning in the workplace.
Yes, yes, we all know that elearning should avoid bulleted lists like the plague. They are the death of online training. But when you use them anyway, how do you format them? The Chicago Manual of Style has some suggestions.
Microassist’s own Sanjay Nasta offers five takeaways from Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time. An example: “people want to blame individuals, not systems. It just feels better.”
And Richard Moss at Ars Technica has a fascinating history of city-building games. What started off as a shoot ‘em up ended up as a way to build cities and explore urban planning. How can you help your learners create a “mental model” of the world that they need to inhabit?
Until next time,