An Unfinished Election Game (Or, you can’t win everything all of the time)

I started creating a serious game during maternity leave that is likely going to remain unfinished now that I’m back to work full-time. However, I did want to at least capture some of my thoughts about the project here. Essentially, I was just looking for a fun project to help maintain my sense of sanity

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New eLearning Global Giveback Course: Isoniazid Preventive Therapy for the Prevention of Tuberculosis in People Living with HIV

My son, Theo, was born two weeks ago, so I won’t be at the Learning Solutions Conference this week. However, a course I developed with FHI 360 is going to be demoed there on Thursday evening as part of the third eLearning Global Giveback. This course is designed to give health care workers hands-on practice

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Interface Inspiration

I’m committed to online learning that is focused on activity, typically of the real-world, application-focused variety. ¬†However, imagining how to translate real-world situations into meaningful learning interfaces for a computer screen can sometimes be daunting. Even in the 21st¬†century, significant portions of our lives still don’t revolve around pointing and clicking. One strategy I use

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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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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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