What Will Be Left Then?

Even though I generally play more with creating learning activities than representing information, I’m fascinated by data visualization. A couple of weeks ago, I created an infographic as part of Information is Beautiful’s first visualization challenge. Information is Beautiful provided a spreadsheet of data about when the reserves of various non-renewable resources will be depleted.

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Playing with Problem Solving (Or, Wait, you’re traveling with a fox?)

I created a short series of online puzzles based on a traditional logic problem. The first puzzle is a classic: transport a bag of corn, a fox, and a goose across a river in a boat that only holds one item without anything eating anything else.  The second two puzzles are variations where you have

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But I’d Never Say That! Choices for Conversation-Based Decisions in Scenarios

I’m currently working on a course designed to support sales representatives during the launch of a new product by allowing them to practice pitching, demonstrating, and fielding questions. I created a basic prototype of the course already, and now I’m working with a team to polish the content, particularly the users’ interactions with potential clients

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eLearning Global Giveback Course Launched

Today, The Smart Campaign launched Client Protection and Financial Education in Microfinance, the course that I developed in conjunction with The Smart Campaign and ACCION International as part of the second eLearning Global Giveback. You can see the course here! The eLearning Global Giveback is sponsored by The eLearning Guild and LINGOS to provide eLearning

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Reusable, Relevant Interactions for Compliance E-Learning (with less yawn!)

Compliance eLearning, defined loosely here as eLearning that covers some sort of rules or regulations, seems to have a high rate of boring PowerPoint-ism, with slide and slide of text, some standard stock photos, a next button, and not much else. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, compliance courses are often

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