In Case You Missed It: September 2016 Postings

Picture1A large amount of my writing take place around the web, so I have decided to post monthly updates on my personal blog that collects my writing from around the web in one place.

Here’s my writing for September 2016:

September 6:The 2016 Learning Live Backchannel: Curated Resources #LearningLive
The first of four curated backchannels this month, this one coming from Learning Live in London.

September 6: The 2016 Content Marketing World Backchannel: Curated Resources #CMWorld
The second curated backchannel from this month is a bit different than the others. This one comes from a Content Marketing conference I spoke at. I believe there’s plenty L&D professionals can learn from marketing, so I highly recommend checking out some of what was shared here.

September 21: The 2016 Online Learning Conference Backchannel #OLConf
The third of four curated backchannels explores the Online Learning Conference in Chicago.

September 22: 6 Questions to Ask Before You Choose Your Next Conference
Most people can only attend one professional development conference each year, if they’re lucky. So choosing the right one is critical. This post shares some suggestions on how to make the right choice for you.

September 26: The Fall 2016 CLO Symposium Plus+ Backchannel: Curated Resources
The final of four curated backchannels covers the Fall CLO Symposium in Scottsdale.

I also publish weekly posts of curated industry content that I recommend. Here’s what was shared in September:

  • For the Week of 9/5: How games are evolving, the applications of VR for teaching empathy, research on how Twitter can be used to teach creative writing, and more.
  • For the Week of 9/12: The myth of learning styles, project management tips, a look at Microsoft Hololens, and much more.
  • For the Week of 9/19: An important update for elearning developers using Dropbox, great resources related to behavioral change, why Tim Cook thinks AR will be bigger than VR, and more.
  • For the Week of 9/26: Big news from LinkedIn, an expanded view on mobile learning, tips to improve your elearning design, and much more.

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