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Burlesque, Vaudeville, Follies

Do you know how burlesque, vaudeville, and the Ziegfeld Follies differ from each other? This one minute clip from the movie Singing in the Rain explains the differences…without using a single word. I challenge you to explain something in a … Continue reading

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Show Your Work: SMEs

We all work with SMEs. Sometimes it’s wonderful, sometimes painful. Here are my tips from 2010. I still stand by these: My philosophy is that SMEs are busy and my job is to minimize my impact on their time while … Continue reading

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Show Your Work: Novice Script Writer

The Articulate elearning challenge this week is about recording audio for online learning. It got me thinking that before you can record audio, you really need to have a script to record. I’m a novice script writer, but here are … Continue reading

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Elearning Challenge 45: Recording Audio in Online Training

Each week, David Anderson of the Articulate elearning heroes posts a challenge. This week it is all about Audio in Online Training. When we lived in Chicago, I made the most perfect recording studio….in our front closet. Coats absorbed the … Continue reading

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How My Husband Taught Me Performance Support vs Training: What I Learned 4/9/2012

Hi everyone! Ok, before I go any further, I’ll admit it. I haven’t been blogging every day. But still, I’ve done better than any time in the past year, so that has to count for something, right? And oh yeah, remember … Continue reading

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