Comparisons to photography and digital learning

Having just watched a multimedia lecture about Daguerreotype, the first commercially successful photographic process, in the V&A's Dark tent in the newly opened Photography Centre I have started to compare photography with digital learning. There has always been a fixation around capturing the world using chemistry and light. This got me thinking about digital learning solutions. As learning … Continue reading Comparisons to photography and digital learning

Tips for professionals wanting to introduce video learning

I recently asked my Twitter followers a question; Video production seems to be an intimidating area of work and people assume they have to match Hollywood standards. It would be lovely to produce videos of that quality, however I don't think organisations have millions of pounds in their training budget to fund a training video! … Continue reading Tips for professionals wanting to introduce video learning

Writing for Instructional Design

I had the pleasure of attending Connie Malamed's session,  Instructional Design - Crash Course in Visual Design, at January's Learning Technologies event. Inspired, I ordered her book Visual Design Solutions on the train home and later downloaded the free ebook Writing for Instructional Design, both can be ordered via theelearningcoach.com. Connie explains that; "Writing is one of the most … Continue reading Writing for Instructional Design