DesignGrl Daily for Monday, November 18, 2013

I will get the groove of this daily posting! Oh yes, I will! Why? There are a good number of fantastic daily updates out there right now without my small contribution, right? True, but I believe in community. I believe in it with such profundity that I believe adding my voice means the word of good news, tips, tricks, new applications, fresh spins on tired ideas, emerging tech…you name it…the word of these things gets spread just a bit further. Maybe someone in my circles picks up a piece of information from me that I picked up from another trusted source and it makes an immediate difference in the quality of their work – or the quality of instruction they deliver to their body of learners. That’s why I will get the groove of daily postings. I’m not a new blogger, but I’m not a great blogger either. I’m just one DesignGrl from Nebraska who hopes to make a difference in how learning is delivered, and how it is experienced. That’s all. Thank you for following me. ~Lisa

Here are 10 articles, blogs, webinars, or infographics that I find noteworthy for today, Monday, November 18, 2013.

Because Academic Freedom does not Include the Freedom to Create a Poor Learning Experience –


Instructional Systems Design Infographic –


Mobile Learning and The Flipped Classroom: the Full Picture –


eLearning 101: Free eBook on the basics of eLearning –


Free Images and a Great Storytelling Technique for eLearning –


Why You Should be Using Scenarios in eLearning –


6 Models of Blended eLearning Infographic –


The Unwritten Rules of Attention-Getting eLearning Design –


When Instructor-Led Training is no Longer a Sustainable Model –


Embarassing Conversation around BYOD –



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