An analogy about ice cream. When you get an ice cream you get the cornet first – the cornet is the platform and the thing which all other things are added to. Without the platform you don’t have a anything to hold your content. In learning, this will be your LMS, LXP, or whatever you… Read More The content cone and curation
There’s a new button being added to your systems. It’ll save people a ton of work but they need to know when to use it. Do you: a) create a gif of a half dozen screen shots, annotate them and loop it so it shows what to do and when in the process, or b)… Read More A new button
I was reading an article about how modern music features fewer key changes than 40, 30 , or even 10 years ago. Since 2010 only one number 1 in the US has featured a key change. Key changes are included in music to add interest, denote a change of feeling or mood, and to surprise… Read More Where did all the key changes go?
We got a new microwave a few months ago and it’s WAY better than the previous one. Not because it’s more powerful. Not because of the size – it’s the same. Not because of the colour – it’s the same. It’s not even because of the controls, although they are a little simpler. It’s a… Read More It’s the little things
Modularity Theory (also known as the Theory of Interdependence and Modularity) is a framework for explaining how different parts of a product’s architecture relate to one another and consequently affect metrics of production and adoption. Christensen Institute Pretty much every learning product, activity and intervention is interdependent; it only works as a part of a… Read More Interdependence and modularity