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4 Questions to Analyze Curriculum Relevance

In an enterprise, there are often established curricula or parts of curricula that relate to the roles you support. And, rather than create new, the mantra of a curriculum manager should be to reuse where possible. So where does that

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Bersin’s Chief Learning Architect vs Curriculum Manager

Chief Learning Architect and Curriculum Manager: What’s the Difference? In February, just a few days after I blogged about why corporations need Curriculum Managers, Josh Bersin of Bersin by Deloitte blogged that organizations need Chief Learning Architects to make sense

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Seducing Your Learners: 4 “Easy” Tips

Not to play fast and loose with vocabulary and connotation, but if you use these techniques as you create your learning materials, you will draw in even your jaded learners, despite themselves. 1. Write action foreshadowing, not topic headings. When

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