I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day as part of my professional development. Each week, I curate a few of my favorites, including a brief introduction explaining why I find the post to be of value, and recommend you read it.
Here’s a summary of this week’s content:
- How infographics can enhance your microlearning strategies
- An examination of how AR may change the ways we interact with technology, and each other
- How to build strategies even during times of uncertainty
- Tips on how to improve your videos
- Exploring when we should, and should not, personalize an experience
Infographics as Job Aids: Design for Showing, Not Knowing
Microlearning is often described in the context of short course-like experiences, but in practice it can be much, much more. This post by Robyn Defelice explores how infographics can expand and enhance your organization’s approach to microlearning.
Will AR Change the Way We Live with Technology?
While augmented reality continues to grow in usage on mobile devices, headset-based AR is slowly starting to emerge into the consumer landscape. As with any new disruptive technology, normalization will take place as people grow accustomed to using these headsets and more importantly, see others using them. This post by David Goldman examines what that journey to normalization could look like.
Strategy in an Age of Uncertainty
Building a strategy is challenging enough, but when you add the uncertainty brought on by the pandemic, it can feel impossible. This post by Nathan Furr provides a three-step framework that can help individuals and organizations push through the uncertainty and build effective strategies.
How I Improved My Videos
Many L&D professionals are making their own video content without much formal education on video production. This post shares a number of great tips from Jeff Batt that help improve the video you are making in your own work.
This is Personal: The Do’s and Don’ts of Personalization in Tech
Personalized learning is a phrase that has been emerging in L&D for years, but what’s often left out of the personalized learning conversation is when we should (and should not) be personalizing experiences in the first place. This post Preeti Kotamarthi examines these questions through areas of technology where personalization is already present.
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