Reading John Dewey

John Dewey is arguably the greatest philosopher of education the world has seen. Unfortunately, for most of us, his stilted, formal prose causes unpleasant flashbacks Read More →

Cheap seat time

To process my grief over the imminent end of the season, I’ve been reflecting on baseball’s lessons for instructional designers. (Stick with me.) Baseball—distinctively among major American Read More →

Was he trained to do this?

This is a really interesting documentation of “when customer service goes wrong.” We’ve done a lot of work with call centers (not, I should underline, Read More →

An Open Source eLearning Tool

It seems everyone is never totally happy with their development tools. Be they off-the-shelf (e.g., Lectora, Storyline, et al) or custom. Off-the-shelf is expensive and Read More →

Osmo: truly blended training

This looks very interesting and promising. While positioned as an educational toy for children, it’s relatively easy to imagine applications in a corporate world (e.g., Read More →