A 21st birthday dive while studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa, launched Ohio native Robbie Christian on a career that took him all over the world--albeit, underwater-- and eventually into immersive eLearning as well!
The ID Fanatic Podcast finds a kindred spirit in Ajay Jacob, a writer who studied journalism and psyche in university only to find himself pursuing a career in Instructional Design... whatever that is!
Sales is an aspect of eLearning that most of us thankfully don't have to worry about, we leave it to guys like Ben. That he's also does meditation and runs a spiritual podcast--that was was just an unexpected bonus.
Dr. Arifa Garman shares her life in Lee's Summit, Missouri with The ID Fanatic Podcast along with a plethora of tips from her decade plus as a designer and teacher of virtual online courses.
Doctor, Teacher... Real Estate Manager? Amy Palian's winding career path to ID is marked by studiousness, perseverance and a passion for education marked by a commitment to Universal Design for Learning, not to mention a single parent's need to provide for her two kids.
A Filipino born in Kuwait and working in Dubai... Talk about an international pedigree! This wide ranging episode of The ID Fanatic Podcast touches on a variety of topics including breast cancer awareness training in rural areas, Blue Cards in the Middle East and the haunting beauty of the jazz violin.
Gold Coast native Dean Cook yearns to be a vet or a grade school teacher and ends up the manager of an international team of IDs and a partner in a dog bed company. Oh, and an alumnus of Sea World, of course. Have a listen, mate.
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.