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Connie Malamed, from The eLearning Coach site, shares fresh ideas and actionable tips for success with creating online and mobile learning experiences. Listen to interviews with expert designers, developers, authors and professors who provide strategies for both learning architects and educators. If you have a passion for instructional design, cognitive psychology, visual communication, social media learning, mLearning, and related topics, this podcast is for you.

The eLearning Coach Podcast Connie Malamed: Learning Experience Consultant, International Speaker

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    • 4.9 • 68 Ratings

Connie Malamed, from The eLearning Coach site, shares fresh ideas and actionable tips for success with creating online and mobile learning experiences. Listen to interviews with expert designers, developers, authors and professors who provide strategies for both learning architects and educators. If you have a passion for instructional design, cognitive psychology, visual communication, social media learning, mLearning, and related topics, this podcast is for you.

    ELC 083: Quality Management: It’s More Than Missing Commas

    ELC 083: Quality Management: It’s More Than Missing Commas

    Do you have a process to ensure your learning products are consistently high-quality? Do you wish you did? Then, you’ll want to hear what Hadiya Nuriddin has to say about building a quality management initiative that’s flexible and customized for your organization’s needs. She explains how to make quality management a first thought, not an afterthought.

    Hadiya has more than 20 years of experience in learning and development. She’s the author of a new book, Quality Management in Learning and Development, and you may know her previous book, Story Training. She is the Owner of Duets Learning, specializing in instructional design and development for corporate and academic environments.





    WE DISCUSS:



    * A good definition for quality management

    * Hadiya's journey exploring quality management

    * How to have a broader perspective of quality management

    * Why your QM system needs flexibility

    * How QM benefits Learning and Development and the organization

    * Why quality management is low on the importance scale of so many L&D teams

    * How to sustain a QM system

    * The advantage of developing flexible QM guidelines

    * Considerations for setting up a QM system for a team and for one person

    * Why quality management is the story of Learning and Development



    TIME: 30 MINUTES



    TRANSCRIPT: [Download not found]



    RESOURCES:



    * Quality Management in Learning and Development by Hadiya Nuriddin

    * Duets Learning, Hadiya's company

    * Story Training by Hadiya Nuriddin

    ELC 082: A Blueprint for AI Literacy in Learning and Development

    ELC 082: A Blueprint for AI Literacy in Learning and Development

    Do you feel lost or confused about what you need to learn when it comes to AI? In this episode, we explore an AI Literacy framework developed by Stella Lee, Ph.D. We discuss the areas most suitable for learning designers to explore and some of the competencies in this model.

    • 28 min
    ELC 081: Focusing On Behavior Change in Instructional Design

    ELC 081: Focusing On Behavior Change in Instructional Design

    Sometimes, you may not have an appropriate tool or strategy to solve a learning design problem. If that's ever happened to you, you might benefit from the behavior change model discussed in this episode. Julie Dirksen, author of Talk to the Elephant, describes what may be a missing aspect of the instructional design process: a way to implement a systems thinking approach for changing behaviors. We discuss a behavior change model, COM-B, and walk through a scenario to demonstrate its use.



    Julie is also the author of Design for How People Learn. She is a learning strategist, consultant, and instructional designer at Usable Learning, creating highly interactive learning experiences for a wide range of clients.



    WE DISCUSS:



    * The elephant and rider metaphor

    * Why we need to address both the elephant and the rider in learning experiences

    * Why instructional designers need to consider the broader system in which people are operating (systems thinking)

    * Applying the COM-B model to instructional design practice (COM-B stands for Capability, Opportunity, Motivation and Behavior)

    * A walk-through of a performance problem through the lens of COM-B



    TIME: 32 Minutes



    TRANSCRIPT: [Download not found]



    RESOURCES:



    * Talk to the Elephant by Julie Dirksen

    * Design for How People Learn by Julie Dirksen

    * Usable Learning: Julie's website

    * Sticky Learning: Julie's online course

    * Are you getting any better? Previous podcast with Julie about improving the feedback loop for learning design



     







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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

lbrownabastudent ,

Looking forward to more

I am pivoting into the ID field and have come across this podcast. Connie responded to my email quickly and gave me a warm welcome. I’ve just listened to episode #80 that talks about the importance of data and analyzing the data for its purpose and relevancy to what businesses are looking to change! Brilliant~

I'mHere33 ,

The Best

My favorite instructional design podcast! I always learn something new and I appreciate the breadth and depth of the host and the guests.

Torahdeomthewell ,

Excellent

Connie is a master teacher, coach and learning designer practitioner. I’ve learned more from her in a few months than in my 2 year graduate program! I’ve been in education for 20 years and I know the real deal! I can’t recommend Connie’s work enough.

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