Three Grammar Mistakes You Might Be Saying Every Day

There are some misused words and phrases repeated so often, they become accepted parts of our speech patterns. While we are more forgiving of grammatical errors while talking than we are in writing, sometimes it’s helpful to know where we

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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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Silence Your Monkey Brain

In our fast-paced world, the apparent ability to multitask is a point of pride. Looking exhausted and frazzled are badges of honor. I say “apparent ability” because we are not really completing more tasks. The only things we are accomplishing

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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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Beyond the Presentation: Repurpose Your Webinar for More eLearning Options

Webinars are a useful way to convey information and training in the eLearning realm. They offer two-way interaction, document-sharing between instructor and audience, plus materials can be uploaded in advance. Participants are more inclined to ask questions via keyboard chat,

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Meet Grace: The Voice in My Head

We all hear voices in our head. No, humanity is not entirely crazy. The voices we hear are our conscience, like Pinocchio’s Jiminy Cricket, our inspiration, our organizer, and our critic. Here is why you should not always listen to

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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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