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The New Attention Span

April 7, 2014

Someone told me recently entropy isn’t what it used to be. I haven’t been able to stop offering that up as a quip for why anything goes differently than expected. For many in the world of learning and training, things do appear to be going differently than expected. When we look at learning in the […]

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Weejee Learning Co-Founder Tracy Bissette and eLearning Guild Partner on Academy Course Series

January 27, 2014

Bissette to Teach Course on Improving Instructional Design Execution Durham, N.C. – Jan. 9, 2014 – Weejee Learning chief learning officer and co-founder Tracy Bissette has partnered with The eLearning Guild to lead a series of classes for The eLearning Guild Academy in 2014.  The eLearning Guild, the oldest and most trusted source of information, […]

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Bubble-free E-learning – Tailoring and Customizing Online Experiences

October 22, 2013

The rate at which the e-learning industry is growing speaks to significant changes in our world that have far-reaching effects socially and economically. These changes are rooted in technology, and their outcomes are determined by the speed with which we address their cultural impact. At DevLearn this year, Eli Pariser, an Internet activist and author […]

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Tutus and Training

October 14, 2013

Ballet has been a revered art form since the 15th century but I recently read an article about the widespread decline of ballet ticket sales. “Ballet Internationale, Oakland Ballet and Ohio Ballet all closed their doors over the last several years” while other companies have remained on hiatus. (Tossing away the tutus? Ballet companies seek […]

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Thinking Pink: Learning About Breast Cancer

October 1, 2013

October is the month of pink. We’ll see pink t-shirts, pink bags, pink soccer balls, pink rubber breast cancer awareness bracelets. In a single NFL football game, we’ll see pink penalty flags, pink sweatbands, pink mouthpieces, and pink socks. On the street, pink umbrellas, pink handkerchiefs, pink smartphone cases. And, of course, everywhere we’ll see […]

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Weejee Wins CLO Magazine’s Excellence in E-learning Award

September 30, 2013

Weejee Wins CLO Magazine Award for Excellence in E-Learning Durham, N.C. – Sep 30, 2013 – Weejee Learning, a global provider of custom, interactive and fun e-learning solutions for corporations, non-governmental organizations, associations and nonprofits, has been named a winner in Chief Learning Officer Magazine’s 2013 Learning in Practice Awards in the Excellence in E-learning […]

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Tech Trends Impacting Learning

September 26, 2013

Last week, I had the opportunity to lead a discussion — Technology Trends Impacting Learning and Development — for Stephanie Simon’s ASTD Learning Trends SIG. The turnout was great, and the contributions even greater. Thanks to everyone who showed up! And to Stephanie for inviting me to speak. I’ve had a passion for technology since […]

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Learning Made Fun – DevLearn 2013

September 23, 2013

It’s challenging for many organizations to take existing content and repurpose it in a way that’s fun and engaging. A stack of compliance regulations and PowerPoint slides full of bulleted text are typical starting points, and often they are the end points as well. The result is ho-hum learning that doesn’t achieve the intended outcomes. […]

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