Come on an ID journey from Cameroon through the UK to Tallahassee and Arlington Virginia as we discuss kids, journalism, linguistics, PhD research and how learning design might look in an augmented reality world.
At 19, you're told you have a great baritone voice and should try radio. Twenty four years later, you finally make the jump and find yourself voicing eLearning. Come find out why.
How does a girl growing up on the streets of downtown Toronto travel from Japan to Australia to the Arctic Circle and end up teaching businesses how to apply cognitive neuroscience to learning design? We've got the lowdown right here.
An intriguing discussion with a former high school teacher and father of four who applies the lessons of the classroom to the eLearning company he started with his wife, Cyclone Learning.
How is a janitor like an instructional designer? Find the answer on this personal journey from stage manager to courseware developer to LMS expert extraordinaire with the same employer for over 20 years.
From teaching high school to doing training for a debt collector, from getting her Master's online to running her own business, follow Tameka on her Jamaican instructional design journey.
From Shakespeare to the joys of college life, come with us on this instructional design journey.
Interview with instructional designer Rick Jacobs of Phoenix, Arizona.
A business woman in her mind since she was a child, hear how Garima dealt with Covid-19's challenges in her boutique learning consultancy, Artha Learning.
Introduction episode. The show will go out LIVE Tuesdays at noon EST. Just me talking with other Instructional Designers for a tight 30 minutes about their lives and careers and how they fit together. Join us!