Join Mitch Moldofsky as he talks with experienced Instructional Designers from around the world about their lives, their unique career paths and how they fit it all together. It is intended both for new IDs and those transitioning from teaching as well as for those of us who‘ve been at it a while but never have a chance to meet each other. Each weekly episode is a tight, light, easy listening conversation lasting 30 minutes, perfect for a jog or a morning cuppa. Enjoy! To sign up for updates or for more about Mitch, visit http://www.theidfanatic.com/
Build instructional design into an easy to use phone and tablet-native tool and you can hand content creation over the experts on the shop floor. That's the philosophy driving manual.to, a remarkably flexible innovation from Jorim Rademaker of Belgium. Check it out!
Chatbots are cute, but what have they got to do with training? A lot, when you think carefully and have flexible authoring tools at your disposal. Conor Kostick works for one provider with the memorable name, Snatchbot. Join me as we explore the possibilities for improving our instructional designs using this still evolving technology.
This month The ID Fanatic Podcast welcomes Ryan Laverty, founder of Arist, to explain how to do eLearning in parts of the world where reliable wifi is but a fantasy.
How do you design instruction to change a person's habits? We take a deep dive with Cape Town's Mike Cheney into the strategy behind Coachbit, an app that gives kids daily tasks to build up their time management and study skills--a tall order if there ever was one!
The ID Fanatic Podcast, Season 2 has launched! This season is called Pushing the Needle into the 21st Century, and focuses on innovators in the ID world using AI and other modern tools to improve learner results. This first episode talks with Palm Beach resident Domenic Caloia about his innovation, Learner Intelligence (see learnerintelligence.org). I hope you'll join us!
Dr. Nanette Miner, author of The Accidental Trainer and CEO of her own leadership training firm, The Training Doctor, comes clean about motorcycles, disc jockeying and having an affair (not hers!).
The ID Fanatic Podcast talks with Dr. Alaina Szlachta about healthy relationships, the three modes that make for meaningful training and her upcoming trip to India.
East London former firefighter trainer and children's entertainer, now daily blogger and women's rights activist Andrew Jacobs talks with us about sharing your podium, making a difference and communing with bumblebees.
A Filipino living in Hawaii via Los Vegas, Gwen draws on her background in hospitality and volunteering to rise to the challenge of providing training that is accessible to pretty much anyone with the help of her autistic son.
She put herself through school working at MacDonalds... How many IDs can say the same? Join me as I chat with tennis mom Mary Nunaley of Hendersonville TN about her path from food service to joining forces with her son in the family business of ID.
A 21st birthday dive while studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa, launched Ohio native Robbie Christian on a career that took him all over the world--albeit, underwater-- and eventually into immersive eLearning as well!
The ID Fanatic Podcast finds a kindred spirit in Ajay Jacob, a writer who studied journalism and psyche in university only to find himself pursuing a career in Instructional Design... whatever that is!
Sales is an aspect of eLearning that most of us thankfully don't have to worry about, we leave it to guys like Ben. That he's also does meditation and runs a spiritual podcast--that was was just an unexpected bonus.
Dr. Arifa Garman shares her life in Lee's Summit, Missouri with The ID Fanatic Podcast along with a plethora of tips from her decade plus as a designer and teacher of virtual online courses.
Doctor, Teacher... Real Estate Manager? Amy Palian's winding career path to ID is marked by studiousness, perseverance and a passion for education marked by a commitment to Universal Design for Learning, not to mention a single parent's need to provide for her two kids.
A Filipino born in Kuwait and working in Dubai... Talk about an international pedigree! This wide ranging episode of The ID Fanatic Podcast touches on a variety of topics including breast cancer awareness training in rural areas, Blue Cards in the Middle East and the haunting beauty of the jazz violin.
Gold Coast native Dean Cook yearns to be a vet or a grade school teacher and ends up the manager of an international team of IDs and a partner in a dog bed company. Oh, and an alumnus of Sea World, of course. Have a listen, mate.
Come on an ID journey from Cameroon through the UK to Tallahassee and Arlington Virginia as we discuss kids, journalism, linguistics, PhD research and how learning design might look in an augmented reality world.
At 19, you're told you have a great baritone voice and should try radio. Twenty four years later, you finally make the jump and find yourself voicing eLearning. Come find out why.
How does a girl growing up on the streets of downtown Toronto travel from Japan to Australia to the Arctic Circle and end up teaching businesses how to apply cognitive neuroscience to learning design? We've got the lowdown right here.
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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