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Being a newbie in an industry can be challenging, no matter if you are a new instructional designer (ID), developer or team lead/manager. I’ve got a glass of iced lemon water today (it’s still pretty hot here) and it’s so refreshing! What’s in your cup? I’m really excited to share this conversation with Tim and I really hope you find as much value in this conversation as I did.
Tim Slade is a manager, speaker, author, and award-winning eLearning designer.With nearly a decade working to help others elevate their eLearning and visual communications content, Tim has become one of the go-to resources for new instructional designers and elearning developers. Tim has been recognized within the eLearning industry multiple times for my creative and innovative design aesthetics. He speaks at national eLearning conferences, and he is an Articulate Super Hero and co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series and the new release The eLearning Designer’s Handbook, A practical guide to the eLearning development process for New! eLearning designers.
In this Episode
- Tim’s book
- Speaking the same language
- Benefits of an eLearning intervention
- Choosing your path and your passion
- Impostor Syndrome
- Supporting your team
- Visual design and storyboards
- Creating video trailers
Links for Newbies and Pros alike
- Tim on Twitter, Linkedin
- Tim’s blog and website
- The eLearning Designer’s Handbook on Amazon
- Tim’s companion e-Course
- Amy Cuddy’s TedTalk Fake it Til You Make
- UPDATE: Tim has released TWO new courses designed to help new users of Articulate Storyline to get from start to finish. I’ve reviewed the courses and the content is fantastic and just what new elearning dev’s need! https://courses.timslade.com/collections
That’s right – it’s contest time! The contest will close September 4, 2018. We’ll announce the winner – you’ll receive a copy of Tim’s book AND – this is amazing! Access to Tim’s 40 lesson companion course. This is amazing for new developers
If you listened to the episode you know what to do with this:
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If you enjoyed this episode we’d love it if you would leave us a rating and review on iTunes. And we also want to mention that we’re also on Spotify and Google Podcasts.
Great podcast. Very informative. Tweeted..hope I win.
Thanks for giving it a listen Frank! I saw your tweet! 🙂 Keep sharing with the folks over there!
Really enjoyed the episode. Great work!
Thanks so much Jerson! Glad you liked it – let me know if there is someone/something you want to hear about and I’ll look into it.
So much good content in this podcast. I loved the discussion about imposter syndrome. I think we all suffer from that a bit here and there. Let me know when you find that eLearning Dictionary. We do speak such a unique language as Instructional Designers.
I’ve been a fan of Tim’s work for a long time, so thanks for having him on! Tweeted for the contest and also posted his comment about prof. dev. on both LI and Twitter. Keep up the great work!
Hi Michelle! I’m so glad you found the podcast! Thanks for listening! He’s one of my favourite elearning people to follow and I felt so privileged that he agreed to chat with me! The draw is next week – good luck!