Breadcrumbs

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Scenario-Based Learning

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Basics of Designing Training Classes: Interactivity, Attention, and Excitement

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April Fools Day or a way of Identifying Outside The Box Thinking

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What are your holiday rituals?

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New Jing Version released

I’m one of the250,000 fans of TechSmith‘s Jing Project. Not just because TechSmith’s Chief Evangelist Betsy Weber is a friend but also because their workplace tools (SnagIt and Camtasia) are part and parcel of my workday. So I got excited when I read that there’s a new version of the Jing project (available in . . . → Read More: New Jing Version released

What is non-formal education?

I cannot live blog our ISO meeting for confidentiality reasons but I can provide you with discussion topics that we’ve talked about today after hours of deliberation. Why the number of hours? Because of the many countries that is represented.

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