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Buddha and Instructional Design

Don’t worry, this is not an ethereal post about how meditation will solve your instructional design challenges (although…who knows, it might!). Buddha was actually a down-to-earth, excellent observer of human nature. And 2,500 years ago, he was helping people understand

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Reflections on Industry Week’s Manufacturing & Technology Conference 2017

Industry Week’s M&T Conference, in Cleveland, Ohio, was a success – excellent job everyone! It was great to attend this prestigious show in our own backyard. This event offered Radcom many opportunities to get involved. We came to this event

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Technical Writing Tips: Standard Operating Procedures

Standard operating procedures (SOPs) not only lead to process improvement, they also improve a company’s overall organization and efficiency. There can be the misconception that SOPs are little more than useless paperwork. However, they offer insights beyond documentation by helping

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Divergent Thinking in eLearning

Divergent thinking: creative, open-ended, spontaneous, unexpected, out of the box. With these unstructured descriptions of divergent thinking, how could this lend itself to eLearning instructional design? In his article titled “Divergent Thinking in eLearning: What eLearning Professionals Should Know,” Christopher

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Required Skills for Solving Problems in the Jetson-Age

We live in a world of constant change. The computer you bought today is outdated by the end of the year; self-driving cars are a reality; and who knows what amazing possibilities virtual reality will reveal. Unfortunately, an important subject

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