Why Measure Training?

The following article was recently featured on eLearningIndustry.com and speaks to many of the issues that often arise when discussing the outputs of the Digital Learning Asset Framework and the desire to quantify and analyze…

The Y/N Test

So you have a training project, and need to make some media resources for it. Three Yes/No questions for you before you begin development: Is there a specific goal for this content? Can you optimize…

Quickstart Guide

If you’d like some support on getting started with the Digital Learning Asset Framework, then here’s the perfect resource. This quickstart guide will walk you though the process for determining if you should use the…

What about online courses?

Common Question: Why doesn’t the Digital Learning Asset Framework consider online courses to be assets? Quick Answer: Because they’re aggregations of Digital Learning Assets. Longer Explanation: The thing about online courses is that there’s surprisingly…

Wait, what’s it for again?

The Digital Learning Asset Framework helps you make the training media you want to make (and that the business wants you to make)! Let’s make stuff that: addresses a real learning issue has provable business…

Framework for Success — and Failure

If you would like to be able to say of your training media “we know this works and here’s the evidence” then you are welcome and encouraged to join in the fun as part of The Digital Learning…

Version 1.1 is when?

The current version of the Digital Learning Asset Framework is 1.0, and it was released on January 30th, 2018. This was intended to be the beginning — not the end — of a larger conversation…

When doesn’t this Framework work?

The Digital Learning Asset Framework is designed specifically for training media. But just because the Training department made it, that doesn’t make it training. If you’ve not yet considered what the difference between media designed…

Where does the Knowledge Gap exist?

This question comes in from Andy Houghton In one of the videos, it’s stated that “The Knowledge Gap is a gap in the skills, concepts, or facts that measurably affect behaviour/performance. By finding and filling…