Tag Archives: Reuben Tozman

Why LEGO at DevLearn?

So  last year the eLearning Guild decided that I was going to chair the 2013 DevLearn Conference and Expo. One of the discussion points I had with the Guild was that as an attendee who was more than up to … Continue reading

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Break on through

When is it going to happen? When does all the good stuff people talk about in our industry going to take over the crap? When will organizations engage with folks in L&D on a business level instead of a ‘training’ … Continue reading

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Real Life Tin Can Anxiety

There’s alot to get excited about. I’m just not sure everyone’s excited for the right reasons. I’m also not sure that our industry will really get what there is to be excited about. Cause (and here’s where I’m coming from) … Continue reading

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Understanding Analytics

So I’ve been reading alot of posts lately trying to explain the importance of Tin Can or Experience API from folks doing their best to simplify the opportunity as well as the posts condemning Tin Can prior to ever having … Continue reading

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ASTD Blog Week 2 – Feed the Web

This is the original transcript. To see the ASTD version click here Last week I mentioned the principles of the web’s will. I want to spend some time talking about the first of those principles ‘The web wants to be … Continue reading

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ASTD Blog Week 1

I’ve been asked to be a guest blogger on ASTD’s Techlogy blog. I figure if you didn’t see it there, you might as well see it here. Although this is the unedited version…. (Version from ASTD Blog) Thank you to … Continue reading

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Interview with Karl Kapp – Part 1

Here is a link to an interview I did with Karl Kapp about my book. Interview Part 1 Interview Part 2 Whaddya think?

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