Welcome to TWIST Conversations, where we chat with members of the Guild Community exploring current trends in learning, performance, and technology.
In this episode of TWIST Conversations I chat with Trina Rimmer & Tracy Parish. We explore the world of elearning design and development, and how we often need to adapt our practices to accommodate real-world project constraints.
Here are a few highlights from our conversation:
The real world is populated with people, and people are messy.
We don’t always need the Cadillac; sometimes the Pinto is good enough.
The networking you get at [DevLearn and Learning Solutions] is essential to helping you build the kind of an arsenal of tools that will support doing what you need to do with the limited resources you have.
To learn more about the workshop that Trina and Tracy are facilitating, or any of the other great programming elements taking place the the DevLearn Conference and Expo this October, please visit the DevLearn website.
If you have a speaker or topic that you would like to see featured in a future episode of TWIST Conversations, please let me know.