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Augmented Reality On-Dash Navigation, in the near-future

This week I was challenged to create something that tells a story about life in the near-future. I have always been fascinated with Augmented Reality and its capabilities. Here is my take on a product I can see in the near-future. Let me know what you think. Could you see this technology being implemented? What … Continue reading Augmented Reality On-Dash Navigation, in the near-future

Webinars are not always good, and that’s ok

I recently discovered webinars from recognized elearning organizations aren't always good, and that's ok. As an instructional designer and e-learning developer I am always open to learning opportunities, and attending just two webinars this past week taught me a lot about how to plan and facilitate a live event. Have you ever been so impressed … Continue reading Webinars are not always good, and that’s ok

Visual Thinking and UX Design

Research inquiry on visual thinking and UX design. Two instructional design frameworks that interest me.  Visual Thinking I first heard of visual thinking during my first semester in my Instructional Design masters program. This framework for delivering complex information using visual media helps organize thoughts and improve our ability to think and communicate. It is … Continue reading Visual Thinking and UX Design

10 Things Successful People Do to Motivate Themselves

REPOST from ceolifestyle by Nelson Wang.  When I was 20 years old and studying at UCLA, I flunked an Economics class. I was devastated. Guess what happened? I bounced back. I got an A when I retook the course. When I was 22, I interviewed with 4 different managers at a Fortune 100 company and … Continue reading 10 Things Successful People Do to Motivate Themselves

PODCAST – Equity, Privilege, and Diversity in eLearning

This is my first attempt at a podcast. It's a little rough but I plan on improving and continuing to share with you my thoughts on instructional design, adult learning, learning trends, and anything related to language (I love it!). Listen in and contribute to the discussion. I'm open to your suggestions, thoughts, and overall … Continue reading PODCAST – Equity, Privilege, and Diversity in eLearning