Posts Tagged elearning

New Projects and Speaking Gigs — This Week at Peregrine

This week at Peregrine Performance Group we’re excited to be starting new projects with new clients and preparing for a few more speaking engagements! Expansion of Customer Education Offerings Together with our partner, Anuja Dharkar, we’re helping an organization that specializes in marketing automation software build out their customer education offerings. The plan for this project is a series of […]

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Great Turn-out, Valuable Insights at ATD Job-Aids Workshop

SANTA ROSA, CA – We had a fantastic turnout last night at the Golden Gate (North Bay) ATD meeting. Peregrine Performance Group facilitated the meeting. Our focus was How to Recognize and Create Damn Good Job Aids. We discussed the characteristics of a “damn good” job aid, some differences between “good” and “bad” (exemplary and sub-par) job […]

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Posted in: Advice, Analysis, Consulting, Development, Job Aids, Learning Organizations, Performance, Performance Support, Tools, Training

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Trends in eLearning for 2016

We’ve long been fans of job-aids. Recall Joe Harless’ famous line, “Inside every fat course there’s a thin job-aid crying to get out.” While eLearning courses are certainly not going away, we’re seeing growing interest in the design and development of just-in-time resources (i.e., performance support tools).

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Posted in: Advice, Consulting, Design, eLearning, Four-Door Model, Learning Organizations, mLearning, Mobile, Research, Tools, Training

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Practical Advice for New Graduates Pursuing a Career in Talent Development

A few weeks back, I was invited to speak to some students and post-docs at The University of California, Berkeley about transitioning from academia to business and working in the field of training and development (a.k.a. T&D, talent development, learning and development (L&D), instructional design, performance consulting, etc.). Speaking at events of this nature is always […]

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Posted in: Advice, Consulting, eLearning, Learning Organizations, Manager Tips, Training, Uncategorized

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New Projects, New Clients — This Week at PPG

Our newest client, Public Health Informatics Institute (PHII), is part of the Task Force for Global Health (TFGH) and is known for its expertise as a neutral convener of public health professionals and their stakeholders. PHII brings these parties together to learn from each other, share best practices, and work together to address barriers to improving the health of populations.

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Posted in: Analysis, Consulting, Development, eLearning, Evaluation, Implementation, Learning Organizations, News, Training

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10 Tips from Industry Thought-Leaders on How to Build Better eLearning

“Play Plants vs. Zombies. Seriously. Play it and notice how it provides feedback to help players adapt their performance, uses scaffolding to gradually develop skills, and uses incremental increases in complexity to teach highly complicated tasks.” –Julie Dirksen

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Posted in: Analysis, Consulting, Creativity, Design, Development, eLearning, Evaluation, Facilitation, Feedback, Performance, Project Management, Research, Training

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Peregrine Kicks Off Webinar

We had fun today kicking off a webinar series sponsored by the Canadian Society of Training and Development (CSTD). The webinar series is titled Insights from the Field: Useful Strategies for Planning & Designing eLearning Projects. Along with Russ Powell and myself, the presenters include Brandon Carson and Dolly Joseph. Today we presented Analysis and […]

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