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Instructional designers specializes in the creation of learning solutions. In this podcast, Rebecca J Hogue interviews instructional designers from a variety of different fields, with the goal of gaining a better understanding of what instructional designers do. The role of instructional designers varies across contexts including formal education, corporate sector, healthcare, non-profit, military, government, and more. Further the types of learning solutions created by instructional designe ...
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Welcome to #THATAsianIC, where we talk about all things education and taking care of your whole self. I’m Victoria and I’m currently an Instructional Technology Facilitator for Greenville County Schools. I was formally an Instructional Coach for 6 years. All these views are mine. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/victoriacomey/support
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Need help navigating the “career” part of being a NEW Instructional Designer or E-Learning Developer? I’m Nyla, a mid-career Instructional designer and I’ve created the podcast to help new instructional designers find their footing. Because doing it on your own can seem daunting at first. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nylalxd/support
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**On break and returning early 2024** Thinking about becoming an Instructional Designer (ID) but have no idea how to get started? Instructional Design is a field that is high in demand, very flexible, highly lucrative, and provides you with a great work-life balance (say bye to being overworked and underpaid)! Join Jill Davidian, 21-year corporate Instructional Design veteran and host of Jumpstart Your Instructional Design Career! Jill has worked in many different industries including financ ...
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This podcast covers topics on instructional design, eLearning content development, training design and development - and talks about how to create content that binds your audience. This podcast is for aspiring and practicing learning professionals, including content developers, instructional designers, trainers, and teachers. The host of this podcast, Shafali Anand, has been designing and delivering online and classroom training programs on Instructional Design and eLearning for the past 15 ...
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#IDIODC is an eLearning podcast brought to you by Brent Schlenker and Chris Van Wingerden from the dominKnow team. Recorded completely live and candid, the two talk weekly about L&D, specifically instructional design. Want to join us live? Check out our Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions.
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Transitioning from a classroom teacher to an instructional coach can be scary and daunting. You were hired as an instructional coach because you were great in the classroom. You are a trained teacher, but coaching is different. It can be challenging to find helpful professional development and training for your new role. You need a SIMPLE plan with SIMPLE Steps to get started. Inside the Simply Instructional Coaching Podcast, Nicole covers topics around “how to coach,” such as how to collabo ...
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In this episode, Jessica Evans shares her journey from classroom teacher to freelance instructional designer. Tune in to hear: Jessica's career path from teacher to instructional designer and how she started her freelance business Tips on networking, building relationships, and generating referrals as a freelancer Advice for aspiring instructional …
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Hello Everyone! In keeping with February's general vibe, we are talking about what made us fall in love with Instructional Design (Though some of us may have changed our status to "It's Complicated). We also interview Dr. Katrina Wehr about her experience in the field, how she thinks it should change and what she would still like to do in her caree…
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In this episode, Robin Sargent interviews Chris Skees, a Learning Product Manager at Cisco, about his career progression in the learning and development industry. He provides insights into career development and upskilling strategies, emphasizing mindset, curiosity, and stretch projects. Tune in to hear: 1. Chris Skees discuss his career journey fr…
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In this episode, Robin Sargent interviews Russell Sweep about his career transition from professor to instructional designer and training manager. Tune in to hear: Russell's story of transitioning from academia to the corporate world as an instructional designer. How Russell prepared himself for 6 months before landing contract work and eventually …
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In this episode of the Become an IDOL podcast, Robin Sargent interviews Destery Hildenbrand, an XR Solution Architect who helps clients realize their immersive technology dreams through virtual reality, augmented reality, and blended learning solutions. Tune in to find out: Destery's career journey from graphic designer to XR Solution Architect and…
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In this episode, your host Clea interviews her good friend Karen Costa: adjunct faculty, writer, and faculty development facilitator. Listen in as we explore Karen's shift from traditional Instructional Design to Learning Experience Design (LXD), emphasizing the pivotal role of empathy in crafting impactful learning environments. Tune in to gain va…
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In this episode of the Become an IDOL podcast, host Robin Sargent interviews Kelsie Marks, the director of resume services at Educated Exit, an organization that helps teachers transition out of the education profession. Tune in to find out: Kelsie's journey from being a preschool teacher to leaving the education field and founding Educated Exit. T…
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In this episode, Susan Teague shares her career journey in learning and development. Tune in to find out: How Susan transitioned from her first training role to becoming an instructional designer and elearning project manager. Susan's insights into leadership development and how she helps companies think about professional development for their emp…
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In this episode, Clea chats with corporate Instructional Designer Holly Owens about what brought her to the field, what keeps her here, and what she (really, really) wants to see us doing better as a field – the interview process! Be sure to grab Holly’s Curated ID Resources and follow her journey in a few key places: LinkedIn, The Professional Jou…
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In this episode of the Become an IDOL podcast, host Robin Sargent interviews Monica Garcia about her role as an instructional systems designer for the Air Force. Monica describes her career path which began in air traffic control and led her to become a branch chief overseeing curriculum development for 70,000 Air Force students across 180 career f…
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In this episode of the Become an IDOL podcast, host Dr. Robin Sargent interviews JD Dillon, the Chief Learning Officer at Axonify and author of the book The Modern Learning Ecosystem. JD discusses his background transitioning from operations management into learning and development, focusing on supporting frontline workers. He shares examples of un…
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This episode of the Become an IDOL podcast features Michael Shackleton, an instructional designer who transitioned into the field after 14 years of teaching. Michael shares his journey of discovering instructional design, enrolling in the IDOL Academy, and building his portfolio and skills. He discusses his application process, interviews he went t…
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Hey everyone! It's a brand new episode of the show! This time we're discussing appling for and preparing for a new job in Instructional Design. Everyone on the show has recently started a new job, so we have some recent experience on the topic. We still only stratched the surface, so be on the look out for a follow up. Let us know what you think an…
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In this episode, I'm chatting with Randi Myers and Teresa O from OWL which is Open World Learning, a FREE online training platform being offered to all registered charities in the US and Canada! Tune in to hear about this amazing resource and the process for volunteering as an instructional designer. Learn more about OWL-Open World Learning Are you…
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We've all heard of Sales Enablement roles. But why is it that only sales teams get special attention enabling them to do their jobs better? Shouldn't we be enabling the entire organization? One might argue that traditional onboarding and training has that responsibility. But it's not quite the same. Enabling all departments to be successful and pro…
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Have you asked yourself lately why you don't put a stronger focus on accessibility when creating eLearning content? Oh c'mon, you know you've made excuses why you "can't" do it. We all have at one time or another in our careers. I include myself in that. Here are just a few I'm sure you've used: "Yea, but nobody in our organization has a disability…
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Hey there everyone! In this episode, we talk about fads in Instructional Design...those supposed disruptive technologies that are going to bring ruin to education as we know it! But do they? Like, remember MOOCs? Also, we interview Learning Designer Kate Mitchell! She's smart, she's cool, she's Australian! Kate shares these resources with us....the…
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In this episode, I'm chatting with Meg Ramey. Meg is an IDOL Academy member, she is the owner of WorldKind and she is also a leader of one of our IDOL World projects. IDOL World is a volunteer section of our academy to place instructional designers with nonprofit and volunteer opportunities. Tune in to hear about the importance of real world experi…
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Just because you have the skills to shoot and edit a video doesn't mean it's instructionally sound. This is why some videos are easier to learn from than others. And why that learning sticks. Watching video is a passive experience and therefore you might think there isn't much more to it than just making it more entertaining. Yea, you'd be wrong. D…
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AI is the hottest topic in L&D since Learning2.0. It's even hotter than Virtual Reality. Why? Because it's something everyone can use and doesn't require additional hardware expenses. And more importantly, when used creatively, AI apps can supercharge your individual productivity. But if you're a manager/director of an L&D or Training department, y…
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Unleash the power of your brain for training transformation with Matt Gjersten! Join me as I chat with the visionary founder of Better Everyday Studios, an instructional design consulting company. Get ready to be inspired as we delve into how Matt empowers learning teams to create a monumental impact. Don't miss out! Tune in now and discover the ul…
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Nonprofit organizations need training too. Just like the for-profit enterprise, a nonprofit has learning needs. Some of that learning is unique to the nonprofit world. And just like SMBs and large enterprises, nonprofits come in all sizes. And as these organizations scale up, so do their training needs. If you're an L&D professional you may have co…
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Artificial Intelligence is the hottest thing since the internet. And it's the fastest growing, and fastest changing technology in human history. The businesses that survive will be those that can quickly adapt and incorporate these changes with minimal business disruption. Learning and Development will play a critical role in the future of this aug…
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Hello Everyone, We DID IT! Episode 1 is finally here. I know it may not seem like a long time for you since we just released episode 0, but let me tell you, it was a while for us. On this month's episode we are discussing out first impressions of Chat GPT, and generative AI, in general. We also have an interview with Instructional Designer, Dr. Nat…
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In this episode, I am chatting with Theresa Francomacaro, the owner of Why Story Works. She helps others who want to get unstuck, sell their ideas, clarify their message and attract more clients. Tune in to hear her three golden rules for storytelling and so much more. You will feel Theresa's energy in this episode! Connect with Theresa on LinkedIn…
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Oops! I tripped on a lego, and got back up as an accidental instructional designer. HA! Okay, maybe not that type of accident. But there aren't that many of us that grew up always wanting to be an ID. The reality of our workforce is that we're the island of misfit corporate professionals, and former school teachers. This is also the story of today'…
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You know you need to have a portfolio, but what the heck do you put in it? The truth is, if you're not already an experienced ID, you'll have to start from scratch. Top reasons to listen to the entire episode: Understand how to create a portfolio that speaks to the job you want Learn exactly which deliverables you need in your portfolio to help you…
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Have you started the hunt for a corporate instructional design position? Finding your first ID job can be overwhelming and confusing, especially with the various titles that pop up when searching online job platforms. In this episode, I'm discussing what to search for when looking for a job in corporate instructional design. Top reasons to listen t…
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Is your company, or department, growing and needing to upgrade the training systems you've outgrown? Or maybe you're just curious about the future of your career in L&D or corporate training? Perhaps you just like to stay informed about the training industry for other reasons. Digital technology has been changing our industry for over 50 years. Kee…
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Stephanie Smith is the Learning and Design Manager for Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc. located in Westminster Colorado. She has experience in training and development for a variety of industries including energy, safety, software, sales, customer service, medical management industries. Specializing in eLearning, learning arc…
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In this episode, I'll be chatting with Sarah Cannistra who has an L&D Career, Executive and Business coach, and the founder of The Overnight Trainer, a coaching practice that helps purpose-driven people find, land, create, grow, and LOVE the L&D career of their dreams, so that they can live a life of fulfillment, inspiration, and freedom. Sarah uti…
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The 5 Moments of Need exist in every department of every enterprise, and requires a strong and efficient learning ecosystem. Both formal and informal learning solutions support each of the moments in different ways. When you need to learn NEW stuff or MORE stuff, those are the first 2 moments of need and probably the most obvious. But there is also…
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Is the current economy making you hesitant to start your career in instructional design? Despite the possibility of a recession, the eLearning industry is booming - and I'll tell you why. In this episode, I'm shedding light on why the instructional design industry is recession-proof, so you can feel more at ease as you embark on or continue your jo…
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We are wrapping up season 1 with a topic that is so crucial as an instructional coach! Reflecting on your instructional coaching journey is essential for continuous growth and improvement. By evaluating your impact and effectiveness, setting goals for personal and professional growth, and seeking feedback from colleagues, other coaches, and adminis…
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Cara North returns from San Diego after attending the ATD 2023 conference. This episode is a recap of her experience at the event, advice on what one might expect at a large conference, and tips to convince a manager to attend one. Connect with Cara & Joe Support the show LnDTees.com Learning & Development themed swag IRD.LnDTees.com Instructional …
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How well do you handle constructive criticism? While receiving feedback can be scary and deflating, it's critical to the instructional design process. In this episode, I discuss how proper feedback will set you up for success as a new instructional designer. Top reasons to listen to the entire episode: Learn why feedback is essential during the lea…
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The school year is quickly coming to an end. How are you planning to close out the school year with your teachers? This is such an important time to meet with your teachers, reflect on the year, and continue to build a strong connection with them. Nita Creekmore is joining me in this episode to discuss how we like to close out the school year. We a…
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In this episode, I'm chatting with John Reynolds, an Instructional Designer with at Activision Blizzard, and a lifelong nerd. He strives to blur the line between creative training content creator and quest-giver. As an insatiable learner, he hopes to continuously connect with new people and gather fresh and exciting ways to change the game and keep…
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You've been assigned your first ID project. Now what? First, you'll want to establish the project's direction and develop the learning solution. To do this, you'll conduct a kickoff meeting. In this episode, I'm reviewing instructional design project kickoff meetings and what you can expect during the process. You'll learn the details of your role …
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The thought of interviewing for an instructional coaching position may be intimidating for you but you likely have teaching, leadership, or other coaching experiences that you can use to ace your interview. I want to help you feel more confident and prepared as you go into your instructional coaching interview. In this episode, I am sharing tips an…
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As your career progresses you will be asked to be a speaker, or deliver a presentation, more and more. And it doesn't matter if you enjoy it or not, your thoughts and ideas will need to be communicated to others if you expect to succeed in your career. Working from home, virtual meetings and training sessions, have become the norm. Just because you…
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When supporting PLCs as an instructional coach, we want to set the expectation that we are there to provide expertise and background but that it is the teachers who take ownership and leadership of the PLC. As coaches, we are not members of PLCs but rather we can help teachers begin to truly work as a team with all students’ best interests in mind.…
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In this episode, I'm chatting with Derek Dorsett, an Instructional Designer with LogicMonitor. Hear about his defining moment, higher education vs. corporate and the importance of a career roadmap. This was an episode to spark encouragement even in your struggles! Connect with Derek on LinkedIn Are you looking for a no-nonsense formula for creating…
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Learning and Development leaders and their teams support many different stakeholders. But all of these stakeholders play an important role in the success of each enterprise. If our job is to help them improve their performance than we must learn to become better advisors to those lines of business. Jess Almlie joins us to talk about becoming a trus…
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How can coaches support PLCs and help create more impact in PLCs? The purpose of PLCs is to gain knowledge and create things that haven’t been tried previously. Steve Ventura of Advanced Collaborative Solutions is joining me to talk about PLCs, effective coaching, and his upcoming summit session. Steve Ventura is the president and lead consultant a…
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