Ravi Jagarlapudi

emerging
learning
approaches

The movement of Learning is toward Learning Sciences - A scientific study of learning looking at how learning works and also what facilitates and hinders learning & provides a basis for designing instruction.

learning
experience
platforms

A learning experience platform (LXP) provides a single point of access for all learning — both formal and informal. Formal learning resources, like online courses and internal training created on an LMS, are tracked and measured from the same platform as informal learning resources, like articles, videos, podcasts, and ebooks.

learning
impact
measurement
frameworks

One of the most difficult challenges in my career in corporate learning and development was and still is the topic of measurement. How do I measure the effectiveness and efficiency of training? How can I obtain consistent information about the training programs to help tune and optimize the organization? How do I analyze and report the business value of training to the organization? How do I monitor the alignment and contribution to overall business goals?

latest
corporate
learning
strategies
&
innovations

As a Learning Leader, I keep an eye on how different corporates use Learning strategies & Innovations to ensure respective team members learn and perform optimally.

metaverse
learning
models

Learning Leaders: Ignore Metaverse at your peril! Be aware of the enormous work that is happening around Metaverse.

book
review

Sharing my learning from an excellent book on "Evidence-Informed Learning Design" by Mirjam Neelen & Paul A Kirschner.

learning and development thought leaders

Guy is particularly known for his consulting work, writings and presentations on both Performance
Analysis, and Curriculum Architecture Design, both in support of business critical, large-scale efforts
with significant risks and/or returns.

Clark Quinn, Ph.D., is a recognized leader in learning technology strategy, helping organizations take advantage of information systems to meet learning, knowledge, and performance needs.

Task Analysis for id

The 3 Ds of ThoughtFlow Analysis: Task Analysis for Instructional Development

Eliciting the covert Cognitive Tasks that parallel the overt Behavioral Tasks – the thinking that accompanies the doing – in performance is difficult, as up to 70% of knowledge is non-conscious and automated. Instructional Developers who work with experts to create Instruction (Learning Experiences) to help people learn how to perform authentic job tasks will find the 3 Ds of ThoughtFlow Analysis, a proven method to ensure that their Instructional Content is accurate, complete, and appropriate so that it more successfully Transfers and has Performance Impact back-on-the-job for their audiences.