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Our friend Steve Flowers was kind enough to drop by to talk about a whole lot of things: organizational change, digital solutions, Tin Can, and — most significantly — establishing a library of design patterns for instructional design. If you want to talk more with him, contact him (@xpconcept) on Twitter or head on over to one of our new favorite blogs, androidgogy, which just happens to be written by him.
Brian drank St. Arnold’s Homefront IPA.
Judy drank Ten-Penny by Rogue (and Nike).
Steve drank tea.
- Storyline for Starters
- Slideshow on the Life of a Digital Solution
- Design Formations
- Gloria Ghery’s Electronic Performance Support Systems
- Allison Rosset’s Job Aids and Performance Support
- Getting to Know Project Tin Can (to which Steve makes some great additions in the comments)
- “Design Readings” on Learnlets by Clark Quinn
- Julie Dirksen’s Expanded Inspiration Bookshelf
- Ellen Wagner on Secret Handshakes of Instructional Design
- More on Steve and his work
- USCG HPT Workshop
4 thoughts on “#16 – Tying Down the Flappy Elements”
One thing we mentioned in the show but I neglected to provide as a link is the USCG HPT Workshop. Anyone interested in this free workshop in September should register at http://uscghpt.org!
Thanks, Steve! We’ll add it to the links above so that people don’t miss it.
Not to self-promote…actually, what the hell.
Steve continued his explanation of the real value of ID pattern libraries in the comments section of my “Our Kind of People” post on the Learning Circuits blog: http://learningcircuits.blogspot.com/2012/07/our-kind-of-people.html
Love that you’re connecting these conversations… Thank you!
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