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017: Marketing and L&D with Bianca Baumann

Marketing and L&D When I say, "Marketing", what do you think of?   Learning?  Have you ever thought about how marketing and the marketing department are related to instructional design? What's the story? If you never have this episode is an important one for you!...

016: Scenario-based Learning Experiences with Christy Tucker

"What's the hubbub about scenarios?", you ask. Listen in to this episode and you'll find out! I'm so happy to have been able to speak with Christy Tucker in this episode about Learning Scenarios and storytelling. To me, she is a leader in designing single point...

015: Screencasting Video and Learning with Jayne Davids

I took a vacation from the podcast last week - busy with a cool project that has me designing and developing some medical focused eLearning as well as creating some cool animated explainer videos.  My passion project sometimes has to take a back seat - but I'm back...

014: eLearning for New IDs and Teams with Tim Slade

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...

013: Building Learning Communities

Today on the podcast we have Brent Schlenker joining me to discuss building learning communities. Brent has been in L&D/T&D for a while now, and he's participated in many communities over the years. Seeing a need for a different kind of professional network for...

012: Building an Adaptive Learning Experience

Adaptive learning experiences can be a game-changer for employee engagement in your elearning courses. What's adaptive learning you ask? Grab your favourite beverage and join us for a chat. I've got mine - it's a tasty cup of decaf Earl Grey tea. In today's episode my...

011: Learning Data and Analytics

Learning data - it's a huge topic. How do you collect and use information generated by the employees/students taking your courses? There is no "one-size-fits-all" approach to collecting and using learning data, but in today's episode we talk about some things to...

010: Learning That Fits

Microlearning (or Micro learning) means many things to many people. When asked to define what micro learning is, every learning practitioner will answer with their own twist. I have to say the best answer to the question "what is micro learning?" came in this...

009: Short-Notice Learning Projects

Short-notice projects. We've all been there. That moment when your client or leader drops an urgent project in your lap and you need to produce a great learning solution in an incredibly short amount of time. You know it's next to impossible to meet the milestones and...

008B: Professional Development

Professional development is important and should be added to your list of things to do - ASAP.  As training, learning and development professionals our role is to ensure we create, instruct and provide engaging educational opportunities for those who will be...

008: Finding Inspiration and a Summer Challenge

I found some inspiration last week - it really sparked a desire to look differently at my daily interactions and experiences and to let loose and just enjoy! And as a result, this episode is a little different. It's my first solo episode. It's been really hot the last...

007: Virtual Learning Teams with Shelli Warren

Today we talk about virtual teams with my amazing friend Shelli Warren! Many instructional designers and learning developers work freelance, and often for more than one company at a time. This also means they may be virtual members of a learning project team. As a...

006: Personal Branding with Diane Diaz

Personal brand...you've likely heard or seen the phrase, but may not realize the impact it can have on both your personal life and your professional career. Taking care of your personal brand, and nurturing it can make the difference in getting that next promotion or...

005: Becoming an eLearning Hero with Linda Lorenzetti

Have you ever wondered how you could become a superhero? Not a cape and spandex wearing hero, but a hero that creates amazing elearning solutions while solving enormous business problems without all cape wearing hype and pomp... Yes? Great this is your episode! Today...

004: Voice-Over Artistry and e-Learning with Josh Risser

Voice-over (VO) work is crucial for creating e-learning courses. It helps ensure your hearing-able audience is engaged so they can connect with the content. Josh Risser, a professional voice-over actor (who just happens to have done the voice work for the opening and...

003: Personal Learning Networks with Cara North

In this episode, I'm joined by my friend Cara North to discuss personal learning networks (PLNs). Along with being a life-learner, Cara is passionate about personal learning networks and learning and teaching using social media. She defines for us what Personal...

002: The Academic World of Adult Learning with Dr. Julie Dixon

 Well here we are, It's time for the second full episode of The Lounge Podcast about the academic world of adult learning. I'm so glad you decided to join me, and to listen in on this conversation. I've got a cup of tea in my "SHHH...there's WINE in here!" mug. I put...

001: Content Curation with Mike Taylor

Welcome to the very first episode of The Lounge Podcast with Jacqueline Hutchinson. I've got a tasty cup of coffee thanks to my Bestie Jenn, so I'm ready to jump right in. In this discussion, we chat about content curation. Content curation is a key to helping you...

000: My Podcast Passion Project

So this is it! The obligatory podcast episode number 000! This is where I talk with you about what my goal for this podcast is and why I hope you’ll be come a loyal listener. What is this podcast all about? This podcast is my passion project. I hope that you, the...