Big Dog and Little Dog's Performance Juxtaposition
An invaluable reference page for ISD's, Educators and Training and Development professionals. Site landing page organizes subject-matter behind user friendly radio buttons. Site owner (Don Clark) freely shares his extensive knowledge of HRD and Training and Development. There are over 50 entries on the subject of learning covering everything from Bloom's Taxonomy to Social Learning and Media. This site provides one stop shopping for most of your ISD and Learning Theory questions. The site seamlessly bridges the gap between a web site and blog, with frequent timely comments on contemporary subjects.
This blog provides tips and tricks for unleashing the full capabilities of PowerPoint. Host Geetesh Bajaj owns a PowerPoint template and presentation design studio and adds fresh content through daily updates. After a brief familiarization period, users are advised to stop by once a week to remain current on the latest tips and tricks. Instructional Designers, Teachers and Technical Trainers responsible for designing and delivering Instructor led training will benefit from the tutorials and tips. Although, a great deal of the content is free, there are a series of templates and ebooks available for small fee.
The Rapid eLearning Blog
Blogger Tom Kuhlmann makes frequent contributions to the Linkedin Instructional Design Professional's group. His blog's intuitive feel and slick application of graphics testifies to both Tom's talent and time (20 years) in the trenches designing elearning courses. Tom is a Community Manager for Articulate ISD software and his active site is loaded with practical tips for Trainers and Instructional designers. Tom occasionally breaks the mold regarding ISD convention, but his assertions are always backed by plausible alternatives. Return here frequently for updated tips on applied Instructional Design.