Welcome to our new home!

Welcome to our new home!

I can’t believe that only three years ago we launched our blog with about 65 subscribers, most of them friends and family I “volunteered” to become our first subscribers. Today, we’re growing every day, with folks joining our learning science community from all over the world.

Interview with Bryan Jones of eLearningArt

Interview with Bryan Jones of eLearningArt

Bryan Jones, founder of eLearningArt, is a pioneer in eLearning and instructional design. His company, eLearningArt, is the leading provider of eLearning images and templates for the eLearning industry. Through its people picture images, background images, templates, and other stock photos, eLearningArt empowers eLearning developers to build better training, faster.

Podcast: Interview with Bryan Jones of eLearningArt

Podcast: Interview with Bryan Jones of eLearningArt

Bryan Jones, founder of eLearningArt, is a pioneer in eLearning and instructional design. His company, eLearningArt, is the leading provider of eLearning images and templates for the eLearning industry. Through its people picture images, background images, templates, and other stock photos, eLearningArt empowers eLearning developers to build better training, faster.

Margie Meacham is One of the “100 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders” for 2018

Margie Meacham is One of the “100 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders” for 2018

I am so excited to receive the “100 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders” from the World Training & Development Congress. Each year, the selection committee searches the globe for a shortlist of individuals who are doing “extraordinary work with a track the record of solid achievements.” The shortlist is then reviewed by a Jury comprising of senior professionals from across the globe.

Podcast: Megan Murphy – Executive Director – National Coalition of Girls’ Schools

Podcast: Megan Murphy – Executive Director – National Coalition of Girls’ Schools

If you’re wondering if there is still a place for all-girls’ education today, listen to my interview with Executive Director Megan Murphy who has led the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS). One of the most compelling reasons to offer a girls-only education at the K-12 and beyond levels is to encourage girls to continue their interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), which tend to drop off as girls reach their pre-teens in co-ed environments.

Megan Murphy – Executive Director – National Coalition of Girls’ Schools

Megan Murphy – Executive Director – National Coalition of Girls’ Schools

If you’re wondering if there is still a place for all-girls’ education today, listen to my interview with Executive Director Megan Murphy who has led the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS). One of the most compelling reasons to offer a girls-only education at the K-12 and beyond levels is to encourage girls to continue their interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), which tend to drop off as girls reach their pre-teens in co-ed environments.

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