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Add “Social Distance” to your conferences and education!
I hope this finds you healthy and connected with people that are important to you. It won’t be easy...
5 Steps to Creating Association E-Learning Strategies
One of the most important roles today's leaders fulfill is managing their organization's learning...
Associations Can Structure Online Learning for Millennials
How Do Corporations, Organizations & Associations Train & Teach? Traditional education methods,...
How Associations Can Generate Non-Dues Revenue with Online Learning
Change is inevitable. The era of associations relying on member dues to support revenue is all but...
The Benefits of a Mobile Friendly LMS
Thinking beyond “send only” learning will put your business above the rest. We often design...
How Associations Create Engaging Continuing Education
Associations tend to view continuing education courses in a very mechanical way. Information is...
Content without Real Context: Setting Personal Learning Benchmarks
We’ve all sat in this lesson beginning. Heck, we’ve all designed this lesson beginning. It’s the...
Utilizing Data Analytics to Promote Learner Engagement
Increasingly, organizations are realizing the value of using data analytics to create highly...
Engaging Learners through Content Variety
One of the most challenging parts of e-learning design is delivering content that both satisfies...
Re-engaging Learners in the Online Learning Community
It’s safe to say that most online learners are busy. Especially for those earning certifications...
Engaging Millennial Learners in Online Education
Millennials continue to be a hot topic around the online learning space, and the biggest question...
Engaging Learners: Why it Matters
Now, more than ever, association professionals understand the importance of delivering meaningful...
Instructional Design: Getting the Content Right
When designing an online course, whether you are starting from scratch, or updating a pre-existing...
Creating Effective Learning Environments: A Road Map for Success
When you begin to develop an online learning environment two factors are in play: 1) You have...
New Workshop Series to Build Capacity for Great Learning Experiences
The Institute for Learning Environment Design (ILED), a partnership between NextThought and the...
Six Tips for Creating Great Digital Learning Content
Last week, Dan Meyer shared the Desmos guidelines for building great digital math activities. Not...
Finding the Right Blend of Analog and Digital
The trends pointed out by the Pew Research Center in its recent report on Book Reading 2016 are a...
Moving Beyond Traditional Self-Paced Learning Models in Professional Education
Ambient Insight has just released a report that predicts a sharp decline worldwide in the...
Employing Learning Design to Avoid the The Awkward Translator Syndrome
The Awkward Translator A key to designing and creating effective learning solutions is to remove...
Good Learning Design Begins with the "What"
Beginning with What vs. How Often, learning technology companies focus their product messaging on...
Building Organizational Capacity through Great Learning Design
It’s not uncommon we encounter an organization with a strong desire to deliver an innovative...
Effective Networked Learning Environments for Professional Development
Three questions for an effective networked learning environments for professional development. ...
Improving Learning by Adding Inquiry
One of the most common learning design questions I’m asked is, “How can I get learners more engaged...
Using Synchronous Communication Tools to Enhance Learning Environment Design
For today’s learning environment architect, synchronous communication tools are an important and...
The Simplicity and Power of Learning Environment Design
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending Virginia Tech’s Conference on Teaching Large Classes,...
Meetings and Meeting Agendas as Learning Environments
Most people who work in organizations are familiar with and are, sometimes, resigned to the reality...
The Value of a Shared Language for Learning Environment Design
Beginning last fall, NextThought began integrating Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) and the LEM...
Design Thinking Projects in Online Learning Environments
I do a good bit of design thinking research related to learning design and and I’ve found design...
Personalization in Online Learning Environments
Today’s learning environment design challenge was prompted by a discussion I read in the online...
Design Studio Session #1: Open Content In Project Based Learning Environments
Next Thursday, on May 26, ILED will host its first Design Studio Session: Open Content in...
5 Steps for Creating Successful E-learning Solutions
All too often our discussion about e-learning becomes a constraint exercise that begins with the...
A New Course: Introduction to Learning Environment Design
We’re a week away from the launch of the first course in The Institute for Learning Design’s...
Learning Design Is Truly Global with LEML
Yesterday I had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with Ratul Dev, our visiting Fellow from the...
Learning Design Solutions for Increasing Student Engagement in Math
Dan Meyer gave yet another thought provoking presentation about math education at the recent 2016...
Learning Design for Visual Transcripts
A couple of weeks ago, I had a chance to sit down and chat about a wide range of topics with Jon...
Learning Environment Models for Creating T-Shaped Individuals
I'm presenting today at the T-Summit 2016 in Washington D.C. This is a conference focused on...
LEM, LEML and PEACE at Southern Nazarene University
On Friday, I had the good fortune to spend the afternoon discussing learning design with our...
Making Online Learning Personalized and Engaging
When it comes to creating engaging and personalized learning experiences, one of the constraints we...
Repurposing Existing Video Content for Collaboration
Here’s some good news – content is not the problem. The difference between online courses that are...
Making Information Engaging in Online Courses
A frequent question I hear from our partners is, “How can we make our online course content more...
The Elemental Particles of Connected Learning
Much of our current work at NextThought with our partners focuses on designing learning environment...
Adding a Personal Touch to Online Learning Design
Companies and academic institutions have turned increasingly to online learning models in order to...
Designing Lesson Openings for Connected Learning
One of the biggest opportunities for effective course re-design, when it comes to learner...
Designing Collaborative Learning with LEML
While attending the Big XII Teaching and Learning Conference last week, I had the opportunity to...
Welcome to AssociationsNext
AssociationsNext is a service provided to the association community by NextThought. It offers free...
Welcome to AssociationsNext Tracy King, MA, CAE
These micro-learning modules range from 20 to 60 minutes in length and feature some of the leading...
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